RAID 5 128k Sequential Read/Write
The 9361-8i leads with an average of 5,091 MiB/s in sequential read speed; the ASR-8885 is close behind with 4,910 MiB/s.
The 9361-8i provides lower read latency during the test period.
The 9361-8i averages 772 MiB/s at 256 OIO, while the ASR-8885 bests it with 852 MiB/s.
Latency scales as expected, and the ASR-8885 provides a lower write latency during the test period.
Our percentage testing shows the 9361-8i taking the lead in read workloads until we mix in a 30 percent write workload. The ASR-8885 takes the win for the majority of the write workloads in this test.
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