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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
out)

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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" ;-)

-h

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Von: "Jim Oberholtzer" <midrangel@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>

On that note, we rarely see an 8Gb port overrun, but have never seen a
32Gb
even get to 20%. It seems 16Gb is the sweet spot at this point and
pricing
that is not too outrageous......


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