williamv

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    williamv got a reaction from TCB13 in NanoPI M4   
    received my nvme board and ssd this week, here is my iozone results.
    FriendlyArm Nanopi M4v1 4GB board NVME board Armbian Buster Desktop Kernel 5.4.28 Adata XPG SX8200 Pro 1TB Tom's hardware favorite
    iozone -e -I -a -s 100M -r 4k -r 16k -r 512k -r 1024k -r 16384k -i 0 -i 1 -i 2
                                                                                                     random    random                                 
                      kB   reclen       write     rewrite        read      reread        read       write
              102400          4     97170    133733   155927   156368     61290   133851                                                          
              102400        16    254791   325694   337906   339478   134043   323214                                                          
              102400      512    669920   744732   662990   674603   558387   670433                                                          
              102400    1024    658770   710258   677015   705205   627108   776480                                                          
              102400   16384   820732   824027   727671   731739   722866   821623
    Power consumption is up from 5.5-6.5watts for 2 and with 1024 and 16384 for 3 watts up to 9.5watts.
    Not bad for a lame SBC. I use with Postgres, Timescaledb and Grafana in Docker containers.
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    williamv got a reaction from Larry Matter in NanoPI M4   
    with your samsung ssd i would expect a bit more. Have you tried the 5.4 kernel? (check other download options)
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    williamv got a reaction from NicoD in NanoPI M4   
    just shared in another post on this forum my NVME iozone results for my Nanopi M4v1 with 1TB XPG SX8200 Pro.
    800000+kBytes/sec both read and write.
    specially for @NicoD some pictures. I power with 4a adapter. Self designed and 3d printed cabrio case, that does not fit well now with nvme board.




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    williamv got a reaction from Larry Matter in NanoPI M4   
    just shared in another post on this forum my NVME iozone results for my Nanopi M4v1 with 1TB XPG SX8200 Pro.
    800000+kBytes/sec both read and write.
    specially for @NicoD some pictures. I power with 4a adapter. Self designed and 3d printed cabrio case, that does not fit well now with nvme board.