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Seagate Personal Cloud 2-Bay Consumer NAS Review

By: Tyler Bernath | SOHO NAS/DAS in Storage | Posted: May 8, 2015 2:22 pm
TweakTown Rating: 86%Manufacturer: Seagate

Benchmarks - SMB Workloads

 

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Starting off our SMB workloads, the Personal Cloud produces around 110 IOPS within our database workload again not scaling very well due to the NAS not utilizing the iSCSI feature set.

 

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File server offered 94 IOPS at QD2 and scaled slightly to a peak of 112 IOPS at QD16.

 

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Email server started off at 102 IOPS at QD1 to a peak of 118 IOPS at QD16.

 

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Web Server allowed the Seagate to reach upwards of 11 IOPS from QD8 through QD16 finally dropping to 107 IOPS at QD128.

 

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RAID 1 showed little performance drop off with peak IOPS coming at QD2 with 104 IOPS.

 

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Moving over to File server, the personal cloud produced 96 IOPS at QD2 to final result of 89 IOPS at QD128.

 

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Email server results within RAID 1 reached 95 IOPS at QD8 with a low of 87 IOPS at QD64.

 

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Last we have results from web server within RAID 1. Here the personal cloud was capable of 96 IOPS at QD4 through QD128.

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