AcquaCow

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    Using an SSD as a USB 3 Data Drive

    Possible you have some malware/virus scanner walking the files/previews with the catalog and tying up the drive? Also, I'd watch your latencies on the external SSD... I get much better numbers with my ssds internal. I do have one setup for mobile use though.
  2. “unrivaled in density, performance and scalability..." So what about the 512TB 3-U JBOF Infiniflash unit from SanDisk? That's roughtly the same density, much faster (internally, flash vs HDD) and should have much lower power requirements. Both are SAS and should scale the same...
  3. I have a few ioDrives here that have gotten lots of use in the lab. Starting with the oldest: Fusion-io ioDrive 320GB (136TB written) Lifetime data volumes: Physical bytes written: 136,492,874,582,912 Physical bytes read : 136,954,471,960,976 Fusion-io ioDrive 320GB (147TB written) Lifetime data volumes: Physical bytes written: 147,955,877,183,424 Physical bytes read : 155,283,443,476,752 Fusion-io ioDrive2 1.205TB (2.9TB written) Lifetime data volumes: Physical bytes written: 2,967,476,874,420 Physical bytes read : 5,559,696,234,332 Fusion-io ioDrive2 1.205TB (1.5TB written) Lifetime data volumes: Physical bytes written: 1,530,541,094,840 Physical bytes read : 1,326,602,403,736 -- Dave
  4. FYI, your link from the article to this discussion forum is broken.