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comment Temporary IO boost for an MSSQL server
I aggree that we should be getting more than 100MB/s over 2 NIC's. When it was sold to us we were told that we would get the usage of 2Gb/s, but its not what we are seeing. Another question for another day. Yes you could hit 100MB/s as sec on 2-4 consumer-level drives for sequential reads with a large block size, but i don't think you will get anywhere near that then doing random writes in 8k blocks.
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comment Temporary IO boost for an MSSQL server
The performance of the system is great for what we need, with no single point of failure for a fraction of the cost of most other solutions. The issue is not performance for day to day tasks, but the time-frame needed to do a once off data migration, and if a consumer SSD can withstand 2 days of heavy abuse.
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