some queries regarding read speed and cache


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hi there .. sorry if below queries are already answered .. but I couldn't find proper answers anywhere..

 

1) We are going to switch to 10 or 20Gbps network. is unRaid capable for such fast read/write speed.?? As per my knowledge wright speed depends on cache speed and read speed depend on data drive ( hdd or ssd ) speed.. is this information correct ? or there is a way to achieve very fast read/write speed. ??

 

2) As mover runs, does is copy data or Move  data .. if it copy data then it may possible to read the same data from cache .. otherwise it need to access it through data drive.

 

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4 minutes ago, kalind said:

hi there .. sorry if below queries are already answered .. but I couldn't find proper answers anywhere..

 

1) We are going to switch to 10 or 20Gbps network. is unRaid capable for such fast read/write speed.?? As per my knowledge wright speed depends on cache speed and read speed depend on data drive ( hdd or ssd ) speed.. is this information correct ? or there is a way to achieve very fast read/write speed. ??

 

2) As mover runs, does is copy data or Move  data .. if it copy data then it may possible to read the same data from cache .. otherwise it need to access it through data drive.

 

1) UNRAID is capable of delivery those speeds as long as your setup is configure correctly with the right hardware. UNRAID is not the limiting factor.
2) The Mover, moves data from the cache drives to the array. I'm not sure what you mean by "need to access it through data drive". It will simply move it from the cache drive to the array. 

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