RAID - Test of read and write by AS SSD Benchmark - Sample 4k

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We continue the tests in AS-SDD Benchmark on sample 4k at this time. Charts are sorted by the results of the SSD. Furthermore were used the colors chart as shown in the following picture:

Data Retrieval in Denver - raid 5 data recovery: emergency raid

The information in brackets at individual positions in the diagrams are divided into three groups:

• The status of the buffer read / status write buffer

• The number of disks in the array which were tested

• The size of the "stripe", which was set in the configuration

Available status of buffers in case the Adaptec 6405 can be divided into:

• Cache - Caching enabled

• Off - No caching

For both the reading and writing, you can independently set them, so are four combinations. In the case of RAID on the motherboard was available in three combinations:

• Ahead / Back - Reading the strips on the front and write caching

• Cache / Back - read caching and write caching

• Off / Off - No caching read and write

Tests on different numbers of disks and widths of stripe were performed for the caching configuration read and write, which for a given level of RAID ensures the overall best performance.

Data Retrieval can help with raid disk recovery.

Last modified on Wednesday, 27 May 2015 13:28
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