In addition to the same features described above, the new NAS charts have the following goodies:
We've moved to a new two-stage system for presenting NAS performance data. The first set of bar charts now show average throughput for an expanded set of measurements and data set.
All data is still taken with our iozone-based method using a 64 KB record size, but the average is calculated using 32, 64, 128, 256, 512 and 1024 MB file sizes.
- We've expanded the available test data to include RAID 5 and gigabit / gigabit with 4K Jumbo frame LAN tests. (See the screenshot below for the full test list.)
- You can now see throughput vs. filesize plots for up to six products. Just check the box to the left of the desired products and click the Compare Checked Products: Throughput vs. Filesize link at the top or bottom of the chart.
You can access the new NAS Charts here.
As always, we want your feedback. So drop us a line and share your thoughts on the new charts. Enjoy!
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