Page 1:Professional RAID: Only With SCSI!
Page 2:RAID 5 And IDE? No, Thank You!
Page 3:SCSI RAID Put To The Test: It's Not Just Performance That Counts
Page 4:Adaptec SCSI RAID 2110S
Page 5:LSI Logic MegaRAID Elite 1650
Page 6:Comparison Of Technical Specifications
Page 7:Test Setup
Page 8:Access Time Readings
Page 9:I/Os Per Second
Page 10:Data Transfer Performance
Page 11:LSI - RAID 0
Page 12:Drive Failure During Operation
Drive Failure During Operation
In the case of the Adaptec controller, we were unable to record the results of this test due to the fact that the benchmark crashed once a hard drive was removed from the SCSI bus. This seems to solely be a problem with Winbench 99, however, since the RAID array and all data were available as before.
Using the controller from LSI, we were able to record the failure of one hard drive:
The graph demonstrates clearly the effects of the sudden failure of one out of four hard drives on the overall performance.
System Recovery: Adaptec
We have to apologize for the incomplete transfer diagram. The reason for this was the considerable amount of time required to rebuild the data on the newly replaced hard drive - we had to interrupt this test after several hours.
The performance during the recovery is significantly higher in the case of LSI than in that of Adaptec.
- Professional RAID: Only With SCSI!
- RAID 5 And IDE? No, Thank You!
- SCSI RAID Put To The Test: It's Not Just Performance That Counts
- Adaptec SCSI RAID 2110S
- LSI Logic MegaRAID Elite 1650
- Comparison Of Technical Specifications
- Test Setup
- Access Time Readings
- I/Os Per Second
- Data Transfer Performance
- LSI - RAID 0
- Drive Failure During Operation