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Theoretically max throughput of NetApp stack will be 9600 MB/sec. NetApp supports 240 HDDs per stack or 96 SSDs per stack. But it's not a system limit. You can have several stacks in one system. It depends on controllers model. SAS 6G one lane gives 600 MB/sec. But one SAS 6G port utilises 4 lanes. With NetApp you use 2 ports on each controller for one ...
SAS 6 implies not 600mb. SAS uses 4 channel per cable and a disc can be connected to 2 cables at the same time. That gives you 4.8 gigabyte/second out of a disc.
Worked like a charm using the fully patched ESXi 5.5 It doesnt seem like the workaround is still necessary. Apreciate the thoughts on this topic, though. Thanks.
If you've installed the latest ESXi (5.5u2d as of this moment) plus all available critical and recommended patched (very easy with VCUM) and you still need to install this driver to get MP working then yes you will need to use it for other identical system. That said if you aren't 100% sure you're 100% up to date then just do that on the next build, i.e. ...
Look at your SAS tape drive(s). Do you see one SAS port or two SAS ports? If you see one, you don't have any options to daisy-chain.
Certainly SAS does support daisy-chaining but obviously individual products don't have to support that if they don't want. So it all comes down to the exact products you have, if you have a device that has both in and out ports then I say go for it - it won't be too hard to try and if it doesn't work you'll know about it pretty quickly. On a separate note I ...
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