I've seen sites that say it does, some say it doesn't. Let's say I'm using Windows 7 and I have a RAID 1 array. Will there be any performance difference between that setup and one drive?
In my testing, split was the worst performance setting; "load" (balancing) and "round-robin" schemes were the fastest. You do not need proper alignment for RAID1 arrays, although some implementations may use stripe boundaries so in fact can be affected by alignment issues.-b balance Specifies balance algorithm to use, one of:
load Read from the component with the
prefer Read from the component with the
round-robin Use round-robin algorithm when
choosing component to read.
split Split read requests, which are big-
ger than or equal to slice size on N
pieces, where N is the number of
active components. This is the
default balance algorithm.
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