IOMeter – Workload Performance with QD
Workloads were not the greatest for the 10TB solution. Database started just over 200 IOPS at QD1 scaled up to 350 near QD8 then dropping off closer to 300 at QD32.
File server peaked near QD8 reaching 375 IOPS.
Email server had consistent performance around 300 IOPS start to finish.
Web Server was by far the best workload for the 10TB solution, as it was able to reach very close to 500 IOPs at QD16.
Workstation has the EnCap 10TB again very consistent at 300 IOPS.
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