Updated iSCSI numbers

to disk, real disk, not nullio. Single JackRabbit over 10 GbE NIC to another single JackRabbit iSCSI unit.

buffered writes:
root@jrs8:/opt/scalable/bin# dd if=/dev/zero of=/big/local.file bs=8M count=10000
10000+0 records in
10000+0 records out
83886080000 bytes (84 GB) copied, 167.568 seconds, 501 MB/s
buffered reads:
root@jrs8:/opt/scalable/bin# dd if=/big/local.file of=/dev/null bs=8M
10000+0 records in
10000+0 records out
83886080000 bytes (84 GB) copied, 322.052 seconds, 260 MB/s
unbuffered writes:
root@jrs8:/opt/scalable/bin# dd if=/dev/zero of=/big/local.file bs=8M count=10000 oflag=direct
10000+0 records in
10000+0 records out
83886080000 bytes (84 GB) copied, 202.68 seconds, 414 MB/s
unbuffered reads:
root@jrs8:/opt/scalable/bin# dd if=/big/local.file of=/dev/null bs=8M iflag=direct
10000+0 records in
10000+0 records out
83886080000 bytes (84 GB) copied, 146.199 seconds, 574 MB/s

This is pre-tuning.
Since we have to ship them tomorrow afternoon, I won’t get much tuning time in, though it would be fun to see what we could do …