What kind of disk performance does your GP see?

During our regular maintenance widows I run a gpcheckperf to see where our disk speeds in the Greenplum cluster are coming in. This is a result from an C2100 with a single LSI 9260-8i  controller. There are two virtual disk composed of 6 disks each arranged in a RAID5. For the file system I’m using xfs with the mount options: logbufs=8, logbsize=256k, noatime, attr2, nobarrier and seeing these results.

/usr/local/greenplum-db/./bin/gpcheckperf -f /data/gpadmin/hosts.seg -d /data/gpdb_p1 -d /data/gpdb_p2 -r d -D

disk write min bandwidth (MB/s): 945.25 [sdw15]
disk write max bandwidth (MB/s): 1007.74 [sdw13]

disk read min bandwidth (MB/s): 1239.10 [sdw15]
disk read max bandwidth (MB/s): 1691.65 [sdw12]

Are these similar number to what you are getting in your clusters?

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