TeknoJnky wrote:I want an ultra with an intel sandy bridge system and hdmi out.
mjw wrote:Here's another idea: I'd like a ReadyNAS that can achieve >100 MB/s read and write speeds
under all circumstances (i.e. even for doing a Windows directory copy that contains lots of smaller files). The Ultra 4 can only manage about 14 MB/s
TeknoJnky wrote:even copying thousands of small files across a LOCAL drive is slow.
but I would still expect a NAS fronted with an SSD cache to have dramatically superior performance to any other consumer NAS out there at the moment (if implemented well).
TeknoJnky wrote:I would expect ISCSI to perform much better than cifs in this type of usage.
It is possible to mark IOs issued by particular pids as noncacheable
via flashcache ioctls. If a process is about to scan a large table
sequentially (for a backup say), it can mark itself as non-cacheable.
A hardware platform based on a dual-core 3.3 GHz Intel Core i3 processor and 2 GB of DDR3 RAM is intended to provide enough power for HD digital playback via the built-in HDMI port using its bundled XBMC media player.
mdgm wrote:The ReadyNAS 300 series and 500 series have a HDMI port for possible future use.
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