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Submission + - Vibration killing enterprise disk performance? (

An anonymous reader writes: Is vibration killing disk performance? ZDnet reports on research that a carbon fiber anti-vibration rack increased random read performance increased by 56% to 246% and random writes by 34% to 88%. Vibration is a known disk problem, but this is one of the few attempts to quantify its impact — which looks to be much greater than suspected.
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