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My P05 can outrun the 8Gb while doing a backup to VTL and some overnight
normal batch, so it can happen. Normal online during the day, never comes
close to overrunning it. So the real answer is: "It Depends".........

Yes 8Gb is already old, and you can only get stuff at that speed on the
used market. That said, I still have customers using 4Gb ports for backup
to VTL. (That does get overrun regularly since the tapes run at 6Gb flat

Jim Oberholtzer
Chief Technical Architect
Agile Technology Architects

On Fri, May 13, 2022 at 10:52 AM Holger Scherer <hs@xxxxxxx> wrote:

16GBit is good for Flash-Based SAN and high load systems.
I never seen a P05 box (which usually only have 1 or 2 cores)
which filled up a multipath 8GBit environment to a V7K or newer.

But 8GBit already is "old" ;-)


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On that note, we rarely see an 8Gb port overrun, but have never seen a
even get to 20%. It seems 16Gb is the sweet spot at this point and
that is not too outrageous......

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