On Mon, 7 May 2012, Edward Ned Harvey wrote:
Apparently I pulled it down at some point, so I don't have a URL for you
anymore, but I did, and I posted. Long story short, both raidzN and mirror
configurations behave approximately the way you would hope they do. That
Approximately, as compared to a single disk: And I *mean* approximately,
Yes, I remember your results.
In a few weeks I should be setting up a new system with OpenIndiana
and 8 SAS disks. This will give me an opportunity to test again.
Last time I got to play was back in Feburary 2008 and I did not bother
to test raidz
Most common benchmarking is sequential read/write and rarely
read-file/write-file where 'file' is a megabyte or two and the file is
different for each iteration.
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