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Re: raidframe performance question

Yeah, it works much better on the raw device. After 10 minutes, the rate has remained constant at 100MBytes/sec. And I can even run a second dd on the other prospective raid member and they _both_ run at 100MByte/sec.

At this rate it will take about 1.5 hours to zero the entirety of both drives, then I can start reassembling the raidset.

After having zeroed out the entire disks, initializing parity now runs much faster, and anticipating completion in less than two hours. Then I can see what the performance looks like with a real load.

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