Btrfs RAID Benchmarks With The Linux 4.4 Kernel On Samsung 850 SSDs
Written by Michael Larabel in Storage on 26 November 2015. Page 4 of 4. 14 Comments

IOzone is another test where the LZO compression numbers are inflated due to just writing out zeros.

Hopefully you found these fresh Btrfs RAID SSD benchmark results on the Linux 4.4 kernel useful. You can explore more of these performance figures via this OpenBenchmarking.org result file. If you found these tests useful, please consider showing your appreciate this holiday season for all of the Linux/open-source tests carried out at Phoronix.com on a daily basis, 365 days per year. Those interested in the Samsung 850 EVO solid-state drives used for this comparison can find them in stock at Amazon.com.

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