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Re: Fastest sustained throughput possible from a drive array???
All that I would need is a pc that can handle 24 hard-drives
and run windows and I would make my own RAID-1 system that
would provide 2000 MB per second sustained read performance.
I would merely seek once per drive, to a place that is in
increments of 1/24 of the size of the file into a different
(1/24th of the file sized increment) offsets of a single
contiguous buffer, and read a block that is 1/24 of the file
size from each drive. For writing I would have to write
every block to every drive. I may be able to get by with 12
hard-drive controller cards.
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