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PostPosted: Sun Aug 31, 2008 2:50 am 
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Got this intel D915GAV board in my sights on eBay
complete with 3.0 GHz processor and 512MB ram
4 sata ports, 4 pci and 2 pci-e x1 (nice for future updates)


gigabit switches are ordered and I stil have about 100m Cat5e on the shelf for cable upgrade if necessary


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PostPosted: Mon Sep 22, 2008 11:01 am 
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All the work is done
Replaced 1 cable
Switches are in place
Gigabit NIC (Intel Pro 100MT) in the server

and the results:

C:\Documents and Settings\Tim\Bureaublad\diskWriggler-1.0.1.win32\diskWriggler-1
.0.1.win32>diskwriggler -NTSC -C -t -n 1000 -o z:\
Frame Resolution : 720 x 486
Bytes / Pixel : 2,00 (packed) (8 bit, 4:2:2 sampling)
Frame Size : 699,840 bytes
File Type : All frames in one container file (699,840,000 bytes).

Writing 1000 x 699840 byte frames into file z:\/framestream.dat
431 frames in 5,00 secs ==> 86,20 FPS (57,53 MB/s)
466 frames in 5,00 secs ==> 93,20 FPS (62,20 MB/s)
103 frames in 1,06 secs ==> 96,94 FPS (64,70 MB/s)

Write Summary : 1000.00 frames in 11,06 secs
: 86,20(min) 90,40(avg) 96,94(max) FPS
: 57,53(min) 60,33(avg) 64,70(max) MB/s

Reading 1000 x 699840 byte frames from file z:\/framestream.dat
243 frames in 5,00 secs ==> 48,60 FPS (32,44 MB/s)
256 frames in 5,02 secs ==> 51,04 FPS (34,07 MB/s)
247 frames in 5,00 secs ==> 49,40 FPS (32,97 MB/s)
248 frames in 5,02 secs ==> 49,45 FPS (33,00 MB/s)
6 frames in 0,13 secs ==> 48,00 FPS (32,04 MB/s)

Read Summary : 1000.00 frames in 20,16 secs
: 48,00(min) 49,61(avg) 51,04(max) FPS
: 32,04(min) 33,11(avg) 34,07(max) MB/s

60MB/s Write & 30MB/s read = Me Pleased :mrgreen:


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PostPosted: Tue Sep 23, 2008 5:10 am 
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Just out of curiosity could you rerun diskwriggler with -n set to 5000 instead of 1000? ie "diskwriggler -NTSC -C -t -n 5000 -o z:\". Please post those numbers as well if possible.


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PostPosted: Tue Sep 23, 2008 2:44 pm 
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Then I got
30MB/s write and 25MB/s read

Bigger files tend to lower speeds? is that normal?


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PostPosted: Tue Sep 23, 2008 4:52 pm 
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The 1000 frame test was small enough to fit in the available RAM of the server - 5000 frames exceeds this and gives a more accurate reflection of large file transfer speeds.


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