Hans-Peter Jansen wrote:
> Am Mittwoch, 3. Dezember 2008 schrieb Justin Piszcz:
>> For read speed, it appears that there is some overhead (2x). With
>> software raid6 I used to get 1.0Gbyte/sec read speed, or at least
>> 800MiB/s across the entire array, now I only get 538MiB/s across the
>> entire array. However, write speed is improved. Before it was in the mid
>> 400s for RAID6 and peaking at 502MiB/s at the outer edge of the drives.
>> For the write speed now, its around 620-640MiB/s at the end of the array
>> and 580-620MiB/s going in further and 502MiB/s across the entire array. I
>> always heard all of the horror stories with 3ware cards, it turns out
>> they're not so bad after all.
> Hustin, if you're after speed, AND sane support, you may consider trying
> Areca products. I'm biased, since 3ware fed me up completely, when it came
> to a single drive failure in a RAID 5 setup: the support only provides an
> ugly web interface: when posting my problem, they replied with:
Nice Areca advertisement.
Of course you can demonstrate how their tech support responded, to a
similar DISK failure, with a better suggestion, and more promptly?
Buried for biased and irrelevant.
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