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Is the performance of the datastore being fully utilized as CrystalDiskMark result?

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  • NetApp HCI
  • NetApp Element Software

Answer

As per the test results below, the IOPS has reached the max IOPS setting for the random 4k block with queue depth 32, so the performance of the datastore is being fully utilized.
 
  • Test result by CrystalDiskMark:
[Read]
SEQ    1MiB (Q=  8, T= 1):   108.850 MB/s [    103.8 IOPS] < 75984.38 us>
SEQ    1MiB (Q=  1, T= 1):   109.884 MB/s [    104.8 IOPS] <  9421.66 us>
RND    4KiB (Q= 32, T= 1):    64.708 MB/s [  15797.9 IOPS] <  1997.21 us>
RND    4KiB (Q=  1, T= 1):    13.392 MB/s [   3269.5 IOPS] <   304.87 us>
 
[Write]
SEQ    1MiB (Q=  8, T= 1):   108.430 MB/s [    103.4 IOPS] < 76479.92 us>
SEQ    1MiB (Q=  1, T= 1):   106.540 MB/s [    101.6 IOPS] <  9833.93 us>
RND    4KiB (Q= 32, T= 1):    67.078 MB/s [  16376.5 IOPS] <  1945.33 us>
RND    4KiB (Q=  1, T= 1):     9.039 MB/s [   2206.8 IOPS] <   452.15 us>
 
  • The Volume IOPS setting:
Min IOPS 50
Max IOPS 15000 ★
Burst IOPS 15000

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