freebsd-performance Digest, Vol 4, Issue 9
pete at he.iki.fi
Thu Jun 19 05:22:39 PDT 2003
RAID0 is not really RAID since it does not provide any redundancy.
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From: <s_porotnikov at nojabrsk.ru>
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Sent: Thursday, June 19, 2003 2:22 PM
Subject: freebsd-performance Digest, Vol 4, Issue 9
> I tested software RAID 0 via VINUM on FreeBSD 5.1 three hard drive IBM
> Ultrastor IC35L073VCD210 connected to onboard Adaptec dual chanel AIC-7899W
> based controller (64 bit 66MHz PCI), and compared them to Adaptec 2100 RAID
> controller (32 bit 33MHz PCI). The performance hardware RAID is appeared
> on 15 % less than VINUM. CPU usage is same.
> Test utils are rawio and dd with many fork process (8).
> The CPU are Xeon 2.4 GHz, SuperMicro MB P4DP6Q with Intel E7500 Chipset.
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