- Jentu increase IOPS with a couple of SSD hard drives that can exceed 35,000 IOPS (Tested using IOMeter
v1.1.0) Test performed was 88 thread users, running 4K block read and 4k verify, 100% sequential, 100% write and applied it to all 88 workers.
Testing conducted using Iometer
2006.07.27 with a 30-second ramp-up, five-minute run duration, 512KB request size, four outstanding IOs, and using non-OS-cached reads and writes.
and a Windows Vista system, we were able to get about 90MBps sequential writes, which is quite good.<p>Configuring iSCSI is simple: Create an iSCSI share, link an initiator, and off you go.
1394b vs eSATA: RAID 0 Sequential Read Test (IOMeter
) MB/Sec Block Size eSATA 1394b 256k 113.6 81.2 128k 113.5 81.9 64k 113.5 62.2 32k 99.5 51.3 16k 73.1 37.0 8k 52.8 24.1 4k 35.2 13.7 2k 22.2 6.9 1k 11.3 3.4 Note: Table made from line graph.
and SPC-1 are the two most widely accepted benchmarks in this category.
, a server performance analysis tool developed by Intel, drove traffic for the tests.
The benchmark testing comprises vendor-neutral performance criteria utilizing Intel's IOMeter
benchmark suite, which is designed to measure I/O performance and emulate the typical storage environments required for today's fast-paced business conditions.
A live demonstration of the SE110 using IOMeter
will be on display at the Innodisk booth.
Most users characterize the performance of targets using simpler tools such as IOMeter
We then used the Intel IOMeter
with the TPC-D data set to read and write an assortment of traffic.