The database benchmark pattern performs 66% reads and 33% writes. All of this is random operation using 8 KB block size.
This is favorable for LSI’s WarpDrive, which easily reaches almost 70 000 I/O operations per second. The Fusion-io ioDrive and the OCZ Ibis are equally fast, but the ioXtreme and the conventional Vertex 2 SSD fall behind quite a bit. These results represent the average I/O performance across all queue depths between one and 64.
File server performance looks similar. In this case, the benchmark applies 80% reads and 100% random operation, but using various block sizes between 512 bytes and 64 KB (512 bytes: 10%, 1 KB: 5%, 2 KB: 5%, 4 KB: 60%, 8 KB: 2%, 16 KB: 4%, 32 KB: 4%, 64 KB: 10%).
- PCI Express-Powered Storage By Fusion-io, LSI, OCZ
- PCI Express Storage Concepts
- Fusion-io ioDrive (160/112 GB) And ioXtreme (80 GB)
- LSI WarpDrive Acceleration Card SLP-300 (300 GB)
- OCZ Ibis (240 GB)
- New AS SSD Benchmark
- Test Procedure And Access Time Results
- Benchmark Results: Database And File Server I/O Performance
- Benchmark Results: Web Server And Workstation I/O Performance
- Benchmark Results: 4 KB Random Reads/Writes
- Benchmark Results: AS SSD Copy Testing
- Benchmark Results: AS SSD Sequential Read/Write
- Benchmark Results: AS SSD Read/Write And Total Score
- Benchmark Results: PCMark Vantage
- Compression Test: Fusion-io ioDrive And ioXtreme
- Compression Test: LSI WarpDrive SLP-300
- Compression Test: OCZ Ibis