RAID 10 128k Sequential Read/Write
Four drives deliver 418 MB/s, and eight drives brings that up to 817 MB/s.
The four-drive array experiences some turbulence as each load begins, but averages 418 MB/s at 256 OIO. Eight drives bring the speed up to 817 MB/s.
We observe the same interesting latency distribution experienced with RAID 0 during the sequential write workload in RAID 10.
Our percentage testing shows the eight-drive Seagate array providing some benefit to performance, but scaling is much lower than observed with random workloads.
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