2017-03-29 08:26 AM - edited 2017-03-29 08:44 AM
has flash pool configured.
All SAS disks
For this configuration, in general, how many IOPS can this filer handle or maximum IOPS before we see the perofrmance degraded?
Thanks for your input!
2017-03-29 08:56 PM - edited 2017-03-29 09:11 PM
Very much dependant on workload, configuration, etc. In general, we size to workloads, not provide raw max figures, because they don't exist as such - for example, we might be able to do X00,000 IOPS at 1ms latency - but X10,000 at 2ms .. or X80,000 at 10ms - which is the right figure?
We have a published SPC1 benchmark of an All-Flash FAS8080 at 685,000 IOPS - http://www.storageperformance.org/benchmark_results_files/SPC-1/NetApp/A00154_NetApp_FAS8080-EX_AFF/a00154_NetApp_FAS8080-EX_AFF_SPC-1_executive-summa...
Since then we have added OS optimizations etc, so this should not be considered a maximum figure - just a figure for that config.
2017-04-05 08:53 AM - edited 2017-04-05 08:55 AM
How many drives and what is the raid configuration, you need to understand that.
164 x 1TB SAS raid6-dp, 1 large aggregate.
How big is your flash pool?
Please let me know. Thanks,