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Synology DiskStation DS415+ Four-Bay SMB NAS Review

By: Tyler Bernath | SOHO NAS/DAS in Storage | Posted: Sep 15, 2015 4:47 pm
TweakTown Rating: 91%Manufacturer: Synology

Benchmarks - RAID 0 & 10 Workloads


Our Sequential read/write workload is centered on 128K transfer sizes.




Sequential read produced just over 100 MB/s for both RAID 0 and 10 with a more consistent line for RAID 0 from QD 2 through 256.





Sequential write again showed more consistency from QD4 through 256 for RAID 0 with performance hovering close to 120 MB/s. RAID 10, on the other hand, took some time to ramp up to full 120 MB/s performance.




Moving over to workloads, we find random read peaking at 1300 IOPS for RAID 0, while random write topped 5000 IOPS. SMB workloads came in at 340 IOPS for database with the highest performance being seen in web server at 607 IOPS.




Switching over to RAID 10 results were a bit more erratic with random read showing 5400 IOPS at QD16 and random write topping out at QD32 at 4600 IOPS. SMB workloads peaked in web server at 726 IOPS with second going to workstation at 622 IOPS.

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