1 Reply Latest reply: Oct 10, 2011 2:46 PM by Jose_Intel RSS

SSD with IRST:Extrem slow??

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Hi All !

 

After I installed my new box [long time ago with SSD as system drive], I measured the speed of my SSD [with iometer and saved it] and

then started lot of different programs, like Visual Studio [VS] and register their starttime [VS < 2s !!!].

 

Over the time, the time, needed to start programs, increases a lot;This was just feeling. In the last time, I began to

run PerformanceMonitor parallel and finally, found some importent, bad numbers:

 

"time needed for transfer" > 5s [yes, SECONDS]. This is usually below the 5 ms mark [one may see 20-30 ms for a usual disk]

"current disk queue length" 40 !!!! [should not be greater than one;You'll see sometimes values up to ten, for usual disks]

 

Going to drivers in Device Manager, I noticed, that my system SSD is managed by IRST also [even it is not part of an array].

 

I made a new iometer report, but this shows the same values, like I got at the installation time.

 

So, should I update to the new IRST [I have 10.1.0.1008]? Intel is not really good on documentation, the change report on

the IRST point to an older version !! {Or do they have no quality control???? => OccupyIntel ;-) }].

 

Any hints and tips would really be helpful for me.

 

Best regards,

Manfred

 

Using:

- windows server 2008 R2, en, all patches

- IRST 10.1.0.1008

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