Disk througput

Posted on 2014-04-10
Last Modified: 2014-04-12
For a strip size of 8K and 1000 IOPS, can I say that the througput is estimated as 8MB/s ?

Should I take into the consideration of the rpm of the disk ?

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This tool is great! I have used it many times. Should answer your question

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Just want to check the logical,

for strip size of 8K with 1000 IOPS, can I say that the througput is roughly estimated as 8MB/s
ie, (1000 x 8 K)?

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It depends on the number of disks and the speed of the disks. if you use that link i sent you it will give you a good number...

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