Linux RAID Performance On NVMe M.2 SSDs With EXT4, Btrfs, F2FS

Written by Michael Larabel in Storage on 16 September 2017. Page 3 of 5. 18 Comments

Btrfs isn't doing too well, but at least EXT4 and F2FS are working out great with the soft RAID across two Corsair MP500 NVMe SSDs.

The Java-based BlogBench test that tries to simulate a blog web hosting type workload, EXT4 is out in front and doing much better than F2FS and Btrfs.

While running one Dbench client, the Samsung-originated Flash-Friendly File-System was out in front.

At six Dbench clients, F2FS remained much faster than EXT4.

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