- Volume 10 Issue 11
RAID(Redundant mays of inexpensive disks) were proposed as a way to use parallelism between multiple disks to improve aggregate I/O performance. The emerging of intelligent I/O architecture provides a standard for high performance I/O subsystems and introducer intelligence at the hardware level. With an embedded processor, intelligent I/O adaptors can offload the major I/O processing workload from the CPU and, at the same time, increase the I/O performance. This parer addresses the essential issue in the design of disk scheduling for intelligent I/O devices. In this paper we compare with MB throughput per second and maximum I/O respond time in RAID.
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