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XP1024, FC60 and SC10 transfer rate

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Paul_481
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XP1024, FC60 and SC10 transfer rate

Hi Guys,

Can anyone provide data/links for following?

random reads - XP1024,FC60 and SC10
random writes - XP1024,FC60 and SC10
serial reads - XP1024,FC60 and SC10
serial writes - XP1024,FC60 and SC10

Thanks in advance.

Regards,
Paul
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Peter Mattei
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Re: XP1024, FC60 and SC10 transfer rate

The performance of the SC10 is directly related to the number and type of disks used since it is a JBOD.
The 2 SCSI ports can each do 80MB/s max.
A single disk can do 100-150 read or write IOs/s.

The FC60 can do round 170MB/s sequential and 6000 IO/s random backend read IOs (cache avoidance)

To the XP1024
Frontend/cache performance >3000MB/s or 500000 IO/s
Backendperformance (cache avoidance)
57000 IO/s read, 22600 IO/s write (8kB)
2000 MB/s read, 860 MB/sec write (64kB)

OK for you?

Cheers
Peter
I love storage
Paul_481
Respected Contributor

Re: XP1024, FC60 and SC10 transfer rate

Hi,

Thanks Peter, I think that will do. Is there a way to check the actual random reads, writes?

Will iostat or glance do? Are there any other metrics?

Thanks,
Paul
Peter Mattei
Honored Contributor

Re: XP1024, FC60 and SC10 transfer rate

Yes these are the tools to use.
On Windows or Linux it could be IOmeter.

A good spot to see sequential throughput is the switch port going to the array.

And of course, for the XP you can purchase Performance Advisor which gives you detailed and also historical data.

Cheers
Peter
I love storage