Date: Sat, 30 Aug 2003 01:44:49 +0200
I just finished setting up a RAID5 array of four new Seagate IDE
disks. To my surprise, the read speed of this array is only 28 MB/s,
even though the individual disks report >40 MB/s, all as per hdparm
-t. Is this what it's supposed to be like? I read in the
Software-RAID-HOWTO that read performance of RAID5 would be similar to
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