Benchmarks – SMB Workloads
The workload testing showed some interesting improvements with the DS916+. So much that I had to run this test five times to confirm the results. All of this testing was done without an SSD cache setup.
With that said, RAID 0 showed the DS916+ to do quite well in most workloads reaching 7000 IOPS in database and nearly 8000 in file server.
RAID 5 was similar with the DS916+ reaching a peak just over 1400 IOPS in Web Server.
RAID 10 again topped just over 8000 IOPS while email and web server were not far behind at 4500 and 3200 IOPS.
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