Database IOPS Tags: Hard Drives Configuration Database Storage Last response: August 16, 2010 10:14 PM in Storage Share Anonymous a b G Storage August 16, 2010 9:53:55 PM Hi, I was wondering what exact IOmeter setting you are using for your Database Banchmark Pattern Average I/O per second results. Am I to assume that something similar to this has been used as tested configuration for a DB Pattern, http://ixbtlabs.com/articles/hddide2k1feb/iometer.html More about : database iops elel a b G Storage August 16, 2010 10:14:53 PM If you're asking the tomshardware team, try PM someone like crashman. Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources SolvedOCZ Vertex 3 Max IOPS replacement Forum SolvedProblem with my SSD 840 EVO , can't reach max IOPS.. why? Forum SolvedSamsung 840 EVO 500GB low random read (IOPS) Forum SolvedSamsung 840 Pro - Sequential Read/Write 1000+ but IOPS very low Forum SolvedFairly poor IOPS times on new SSD? Forum SolvedSamsung 840 Evo - Very low IOPS value in READ Forum SolvedIOPS on SSD's Forum SolvedOCZ Revodrive 3 x2 MAX IOPS question Forum SolvedRandom Read (IOPS) too low for Samsung Evo 840 [HP DV6 Laptop] Forum SolvedSamsung 840 Pro Low Write IOPS Forum SolvedJust how big of a deal are IOPS, then? Forum SolvedSamsung 840 Pro 128GB Too Low IOPS. Why? Forum SolvedDoes IOPS make a difference Forum [SSD] Am I going to notice ANY difference between 66k IOPs (Write) versus 90k IOPS (Write)? Forum SolvedDoes two-factor authentication prevent access when encrypted database is stolen? Forum SolvedRestrict inbound WiFi Users to single folder (Movie database for Media Portal)? Forum SolvedProblems w/ database program on Windows 8.1 (kinda urgent) Forum SolvedHigher IOPS or Synchronous memory? Forum SolvedSQL Storage IOPs Forum Are extremely high sequential reads and writes and Iops something to worry about Forum More resources Read discussions in other Storage categories Hard Drives DVD Drives DVD Writers Optical Media Flash Media NAS/RAID SSD Western Digital !