On Thu, Sep 29, 2011 at 11:33 AM, Garrett D'Amore
> I think he means, resilver faster.
> SSDs can be driven harder, and have more IOPs so we can hit them harder
> with less impact on the overall performance. The reason we throttle at all
> is to avoid saturating the bandwidth of the drive with resilver which would
> prevent regular operations from making progress. Generally I believe
> resilver operations are not "bandwidth bound" in the sense of pure
> throughput, but are IOPs bound. As SSDs have no seek time, they can handle
> a lot more of these little operations than a regular hard disk.
> - Garrett
What's the throttling rate if I may call it that?
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