Benchmarks - Sequential and Mixed Workloads
Our Sequential read/write workload is centered on 128K transfer sizes; again, with sixteen threads, and a Queue Depth of 8.
Starting off with RAID 0, the DS415play came in at 116 MB/s read and 107 MB/s write, topping the charts in both instances.
Moving to RAID 5, the 415play came in at 79 MB/s read and 79 MB/s write.
RAID 10 performance picked back up with 107 MB/s read and 85 MB/s write.
Mixed workloads showed the DS415play doing the best with Web Server at 387 IOPS.
Moving to RAID 5, the Synology once again did quite well with Web Server at 402 IOPS.
RAID 10 had the DS415play quicker than the TS470, but behind the TS451.
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