Fusion IO & IO Drive 2 BenchMarks

Getting my hands on a new Server, and before we move the Fusion IO Drives over to the new server on top of a Hyper V layer, where the File System will be stored inside VHD files, I though I would do a few benchmarks as a baseline to compare to on the VM.

We have a IO Drive (Gen 1) 160GB SLC and a IO Drive 2 600GB SLC

Both are at 80% factory capacity (which uses the extra 20% for extra write performance), A.K.A, High Performance Mode. Swap Support is also Enabled.

Running in an IBM HS23 Blade, with 2x 8 Core 2.8Ghz X5560 Xeons & 64GB RAM

First the newer, and much larger capacity Fusion IO 2 600GB.

FusionIO2

CDMF2drive

And the earlier Fusion IO 160GB.

FusionIO

 

CDMFdrive

Compared this to the 6x900GB NL SAS RAID10 Array in the 10GBE attached IBM V7000.

Not a great comparison, but just what happened to be attached to the server.

V7000Mdisk2

 

CDMMdrive

As well as the very unimpressive 2xRAID1 10K 146GB 2.5" SAS, the server's C Drive.

Cdrive

 

CDMCdrive

 

Have had the Fusions for a few years now, and can never go back to anything other than PCI SSD's now I've been spoilt with performance like this.

 

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