Benchmarks – SMB Workloads
RAID 0 showed solid performance at QD8 for database, after that the 682 seemed to get erratic. Peak IOPS landed at 4400 at QD8. File and Email server both scaled quite well to QD64 with Web server scaling the entire length of testing.
Database again excelled reaching near 7000 IOPS through QD8, then suffered the same drop in performance. File, Email, and Web Servers scaled linearly through testing and Workstation appeared to neither gain or lose performance.
RAID 6 showed some solid gains for Web Server, just past 2500 IOPS at QD128.
RAID 10 again had a solid performance run for Web Server inching closer to 3500 IOPs while Workstation came out of its shell reaching very close to 2100 IOPs at QD32.
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