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Coworker asked me: "Percent of what?". The help on percent busy says it
takes in "characteristics of the type of disk unit".
Based on that, might that mean that the same percent busy goals do not

Of course, shop floor people look at 100% as a goal to strive to hit. Just
means you're getting your money's worth out of the equipment. :-)

On Fri, Mar 24, 2023 at 2:26 PM Kirk Goins <kirkgoins@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

If I remember correctly, Spinning disks should be at or below 40% for best
I/O performance. I want to say that for SSDs that number could be higher.
Can SSDs be busier than 40% and what is their % Busy goal?

Kirk - KG0INS
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