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Re: Beating a dead horse

    Date:        Wed, 25 Nov 2015 15:59:29 -0600
    From:        Greg Oster <>
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  |  time dd if=/dev/zero of=/home/testfile bs=64k count=32768
  |  time dd if=/dev/zero of=/home/testfile bs=10240k count=32768
  | so that at least you're sending 64K chunks to the disk...

Will that really work?   Wouldn't the filesystem divide the 64k writes
from dd into 32K file blocks, and write those to raidframe?   I doubt
those tests would be productive.

They'd need to write to the raw rraid0d (or rraid0a) to be effective
I think, and that would destroy all the data...


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