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Time Machine server on Debian

So I've been trying to set up a couple of shares off my Debian machine to act as Time Machine volumes for a couple of MacBooks. It worked fine, using Netatalk and avahi-daemon (AFP implementation). My Macs saw the shares, and Time Machine was able to start backing up, but I noticed that it was only writing at ~800KB/s. I tested the drive performance on Debian using dd, and saw reads and writes in excess of 100MB/s, and my network can definitely sustain that, so I was just wondering if anyone knew of any potential causes, or a better implementation to use Debian (or any OS really) as a Time Machine server. Thanks in advance!

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