What tests or configuration it was suggested that I bring it down to 4 drives? I went to Intel thru normal channels and they believe there is nothing wrong and never heard of this issue before. Advantech has released a new Intel Qbased industrial microATX motherboard that boasts a strong feature set. The first test I will run will be to upgrade to v 2. I’m not exactly sure if the 32 KiB stripe size or the 16 KiB stripe size results look better from your measurements. I upgraded the Intel Raid Driver driver from v2. And on-board, 8-channel high definition surround sound puts audio performance in the top ranks too.
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Just to ich8dk you an idea of what you should be able to do. I am willing to do much more to try to resolve this I just want to try to be wise about it. Ava Risk Group Limited, a market leader in the provision 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 riad.
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I rxid the Intel Raid Driver driver from v2. Also, i tested with writebackcache off and the numbers were horrible reults not shown My C drive is a non-raid drive. Are there any crazy results that I should retest? And on-board, 8-channel high definition surround sound puts audio performance in the top ranks too.
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The results are similar to the ones posted eariler by that title. Which one do I use? I noticed that the 2 ATTO tests were vastly different. The write speeds on the first two are a bit off. Have I missed anything? I’m not sure what the problem is that but can we see some benchmarks please?
Thanks Sam for the quick reply. Enable write-back caching, as shown here: Thoughts or feedback before I finalize this configuration? Weird and not sure if others see that. Please let me know what program to use. All the discussion, tweaks, measurements, experience and knowledge applicable to Intel RAID do not apply to you.
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I am really stuck and have spent at least 30 hours trying to work on this and have rebuilt the ICH9R drives many many times. Stop when you get reasonably good figures. If you have the OS on a rqid 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.
What tests or configuration it was suggested that I bring it down to 4 drives? Test different stripe sizes and drive counts.
I had the choice to do Simple or Spanned or Stripped. Here are some of the results: I am not sure what benchmark to use.
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As you can see the write speeds have increased in the majority of the tests using ATTO. With RAID 5, you should measure write performance in addition to read. It should perform better, iich8do with RAID implementations, there are no guarantees that theory matches reality, and performance quirks arise from time to time.