Re: Software RAID checksum performance on 24 disks not even close to kernel reported

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On 5 June 2012 07:14, Ole Tange <ole@xxxxxxxx> wrote:
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> I tested this by creating 24 devices in RAM, used different chunk
> sizes, and then copied the linux kernel source. Test script can be
> found on http://oletange.blogspot.dk/2012/05/software-raid-performance-on-24-disks.html

   I don't see there "--assume-clean" option, and it's (again) not
clear — are you playing with re-syncing RAID or what?

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