Run status group 0 (all jobs): WRITE: io=<strong>999.78GB</strong>, aggrb=<strong>3535.7MB/s</strong>, minb=3620.6MB/s, maxb=3620.6MB/s, mint=289552msec, maxt=<strong>289552msec</strong>
The write took 289.6 seconds. Less than 5 minutes, or 12.4 TB/hour write speed. The read
Run status group 0 (all jobs): READ: io=<strong>999.78GB</strong>, aggrb=<strong>3595.7MB/s</strong>, minb=3681.4MB/s, maxb=3681.4MB/s, mint=284766msec, maxt=<strong>284766msec</strong>
took 284.8 seconds. This is 12.7 TB/hour read speed.
So we can read and write 304 TB/day (0.3 PB/day), and 299 TB/day (about 0.3 PB/day) on this single unit, with a single thread to a single file system. Slightly more than 3 such units could read/write 1PB/day.
72 such units could, in aggregate, read and write 1PB/hour. Such a system could fit within 9 racks. Each rack would host up to 1.1PB raw, and the system in aggregate would be 10.3PB.
And the storage bandwidth wall height would be (in aggregate) about 36 x 104 seconds.
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