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The pattern is different but the standings are the same: the HighPoint controller enjoys a huge advantage.

The leader doesn’t change here, either.

We’ve got the same standings with RAID5, too.

There is one interesting thing here. You can see that the performance of the degraded arrays on the Promise controller does not grow up, but even lowers, when the request queue grows longer. That is, the higher the array’s load, the worse performance it delivers.

The results do not change much when the test zone is limited for the Workstation pattern. So we won’t comment upon them again.

 
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