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What is the maximum IO system performance and how it is implemented?
Posted by on 04.09.2012 10:02

Our storage concept is based on the so-called distributed storage nodes (SN), which execute read and write transactions, while replicating data between them. Currently, the total maximum throughput IO for 4 KB size block, for 100% random read is 5.8 million IOPS. One SN can handle at a time (in one second) about 1.2 million IOPS for the above scenario.

In the test configuration, which reached 1 million IOPS in a single instance, we had four parallel disk volumes attached to that instance, each with a size of 100 GB.

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