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CCBoot client side read write speed performance

Here are some of the benchmarks on which shows the read/write speed for CCBoot client disks.

Server:

OS: Windows Server 2016

CPU: Intel core i5 9500F up to 4.40 GHz
RAM: 32GB DDR4 3200MHz
Network: 4x 1 Gbps (teaming) realtek NICS
Switch: TPLink TL-SG1024 V12 24 port switch

Disks: 1 x nvme 256GB for image disk, Sata SSD for game disk and writeback disks

Network settings:

ARP Offload - Disabled

Auto Disable Gigabit - Disabled

Energy Efficient Ethernet - Disabled

Flow Control - Disabled

Green Ethernet - Disabled

Interrupt Moderation - Disabled

IPv4 Checksum Offload - Disabled

Jumbo Frame - Disabled

Large Send Offload v2 (IPv4) - Disabled

Large Send Offload v2 (IPv6) - Disabled

NS Offload - Disabled

Priority & VLAN - Priority & VLAN Disabled

Receive Side Scaling - Disabled

Shutdown Wake-On-Lan - Enabled

Speed & Duplex - Auto

TCP Checksum Offload (IPv4) - Disabled

TCP Checksum Offload (IPv6) - Disabled

UDP Checksum Offload (IPv4) - Disabled

UDP Checksum Offload (IPv6) - Disabled

Wake on Magic Packet - Enabled

Wake on pattern match - Enabled

WOL & Shutdown Link Speed - 10 Mbps First



Client:

Client NIC speed: 1 Gbps

Client Cache: Disabled

Figure 1

Client Cache: 1024 MB

Figure 2

Server:

OS: Windows Server 2019

CPU: Intel core i7 11700K
RAM: 128GB DDR4 2666MHz
Network: 2 x 10 Gbps (teaming) Intel
Switch: Ubiquiti USW-48-PoE 48 port switch (Flow control disabled)

Disks: Nvme SSD for image disk and game disk , sata SSD for writeback disks

Client:

Client NIc: Intel nic

Speed: 1Gbps

Cache: 1024 MB

Local Writeback: Enabled

Figure 3

You can expect or get similar results at client side when using CCBootCloud.


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