Improve the maximum random access performance - I/O offloading
ETERNUS DX8700 S2 has I/O offloading for improving the maximum random access performance.
When I/O offloading is not set, two CPU cores in a controller process I/O and other two cores process RAID. When the I/O offloading is set, the two cores that processed RAID are to be offloaded and process I/O, a total of four cores can process I/O.
Distributed processing by four cores improves IOPS*note1 performance and meets high requirement of random access.
*Note 1: IOPS: I/O per second
You can set the I/O offloading either on or off according to your business.
Distributed processing by four CPU cores improves IOPS performance and meets high requirement of random access.
|Supported Disk Storage Systems
||ETERNUS DX8700 S2
||Mission Critical IA/UNIX/Industry Standard Server
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