I have a problem with KTorrent downloading files on to an NTFS partition.
When I download, KTorrent first creates a file (I have selected to fully
allocate disk space) in the destination directory. If the destination is
on a NTFS partition, this process is extremely slow.
After reading lot of documents on Internet and ntfs-3g documentation, I
am using the following mount options in fstab:
But mount command shows:
/dev/sda2 on /mnt/vault1 type fuseblk
I get the same results if I mount manually using:
Is this normal? I mean the mount options that I pass (specifically
big_writes) are not reflected in the mount command output.
How is NTFS performance for you all? Am I doing something wrong here?
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