copying downloads from tmp to final location is slow
On my Linux box, I've noticed that with a downloaded file, if it goes into tmp, when the file is being moved to the final location on an SMB share, the copy is relatively very slow.
So for example, I start a download; if I'm slow finding the location for the file to end up in, so that the download completes first, once I specify the final location, the copy from the tmp location to the final location goes very slow. The final location is always on a network share. It looks like it happens at around 80Mbps.
When I just do test copies from local to the same mount point from a file manager, those copies run at around 600Mbps. So it seems like something happening with Firefox specifically when it's moving a download from the tmp location. Any ideas on what might be causing it/what I can do to get that copy to happen faster? I run into it fairly frequently, so it's something of an ongoing annoyance.