>> Currently on a P7 8205, using 571 10K, and seeing a large
>> performance hit using 5913 PCIe2 1.8GB Cache RAID SAS Adapter
>> Tri-port 6Gb. I'm shying away from using the 10k drives. I
>> know there are larger 1.1 tb 10k drives available.
>>
>> Or, if my most used data resides on SDD, perhaps the 10k HDD
>> would be acceptable?
>>
>
> This may be acceptable in your environment. Only performance
> testing with your workload can tell you for certain. I know of
> no modeling tools to estimate what the results may be.

Do Randy and the guys at MPG (Midrange Performance Group) have the ability to do this estimating??

- Larry "DrFranken" Bolhuis

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