That's weird behavior from the Galileo. Since it has USB 2.0 it should reach up to 480 Mbit/s. Exactly how fast is your data transfer? How are you sending the data?
Hello Peter, It is just a few Kbit/s ... I connected with ssh and when I plug in the USB drive It is directly mounted in /media/sda1 or sdb1 or something like this and then I used a command like
mv /testfile /media/sda1
I have the same Problem as Neumi. I tried to copy a file from the SD-Card to an USB-Stick using the "cp" command via ssh.
In 30-35 sec it only copied about 10 MB, so the data rate is at ~300 Kbit/s.
I already tried using another board / stick and formatted the stick with both exFAT and FAT...
How big is the file that you are trying to copy? I'd like to try to replicate this.
I am using the “SD-Card” Image (this one: http://downloadmirror.intel.com/24355/eng/SDCard.1.0.4.tar.bz2). The file is about 50MB and is stored at /testfile and when I try to copy it to /media/sda1 it is really slow. I stopped the process with ctrl+c after a few minutes and there were only a few MBs written...
Well now I used the latest developer kit version of the Yocto image and not the "SD-Card" image and everything was fine... But it should also work with the "SD-Card" image or not?