how to get rid of bad blocks in a file on PERC 5/I?
tim at seoss.co.uk
Sat May 1 05:16:46 CDT 2010
On 01/05/10 07:16, Adam Nielsen wrote:
> disks, as long as the hardware RAID controller can keep up with the disks
> there would be no difference in performance.
I remember reading a benchmark which showed that under random I/O
patterns, the Linux software RAID performed better on a (from memory) 8
disks RAID5, due to better use of SCSI scatter/gather. I think this was
vs. MegaRAID, but was a while ago. I've not carried out any benchmarks
myself, and no idea whether this goes for SATA NCQ as well...
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