Re: Supermicro X8DTH-6: Only ~250MiB/s from RAID<->RAID over 10GbE?

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On Sat, 5 Feb 2011, Justin Piszcz wrote:

On Sat, 5 Feb 2011, Dr. David Alan Gilbert wrote:

* Justin Piszcz (jpiszcz@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx) wrote:

Not sure how to copy/paste from an IPMI window, but I made my own
kernel for 2.6.37 in CentOS 5.5 (a pain) and now it is doing ~482-500MiB/s
sustained with a single copy (netcat from A->B).  Poor performance with the
default 2.6.18 kernel. Seems to also slow down over time, down to 434MiB/s now, but it started very quick and it remains between 420-500MiB/s sustained. Now 435-445MiB/s..


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