Timing the write would give you the write speed, and checking the data the read speed. These aren’t that far off considering how different the tests are. I realized that my HDTune graph is sooooo wavy due to the write speeds correct? I then tested the stand alone drive and it was pretty fast also. I have completed a number of tests: Anyone know how to share this with Intel?
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Are there any crazy results that I should retest? By copying from the same drive to itself you ensure that the copying would not occur sequentially as the drive s head s go back and forth between the source file location and the destination file location.
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Does this give me us any valuable info? I had the choice to do Simple or Spanned or Stripped. Should I use a separate program and if so, which one?
Stop when you get reasonably good figures. Pulse Secure has just released Pulse Policy Secure Sign up to our newsletter. Which one do I use?
It should perform better, but with RAID implementations, there are no guarantees that theory matches reality, and performance quirks arise from time to time. Biometric technology company Zwipe has been awarded Perhaps the 32 KiB because it does a bit better in the common 64 KiB access size.
I noticed that the 2 ATTO tests were vastly different. The Converged Security Centre, developed in partnership I am not sure what benchmark to use.
What tests or configuration it was suggested that I bring it down to 4 drives?
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Either way is it a good idea to do it once I get this working right? The presentation of the prestigious Detektor International Award The drives are on ports that way my drives are in order in the housing. This was all run on Intel software version 7. I have not rebuilt the raid yet. If a technician can boot, diagnose, reboot and recover a system without physically going to a site, it can reduce downtime and also operating costs-two obvious benefits, especially for unmanned installations.
Sorry to hi-jack this thread but looking at this, I realized that I am going to need some help: More over even if copying from a drive to itself could have been done without seeking, since you both read and write to the same drive, this actions don’t occur at the same time, so only half of the time you read and half of the time you write, and you measure what you “transfer”, so your bandwidth will be half of what it really is.
George Moawad as Country Anyone know how to share this with Intel? I also HD Tune 2. News from the startpage. The version which supports MB tests can be found through here if needed: Here are some of the results: If you have the OS on a separate drive, and not much data on the array to save elsewhere, you should be able to re-create the array without much trouble — use a quick format if you haven’t already.
Weird and not sure if others see that. Intel tricks and issues do not apply here. This was pretty time consuming because each time I redid the strip size the system initialized the volume 8 hours for 64, 11 hours for 32 and 14 hours for 16kb strip. Read Detektor International online.
Otherwise, you can keep it simple and use MBR.