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-Clearly gigabit has an advantage here in most situations, but not as much as Newisys is stating in it's datasheet (18 - 22 MB/s). This is because RAID-5 puts the most strain on the CPU and storage subsystem and Newisys has probably used RAID-0 to produce these numbers. This is somewhat misleading because all NA-1400's are sold with the harddisks preconfigured to use RAID-5. I assume not many users will change this default configuration.+Clearly gigabit has an advantage here in most situations, but not as much as Newisys is stating in it's datasheet (18 - 22 MB/s). This is because RAID-5 puts the most strain on the CPU and storage subsystem and Newisys has probably used RAID-0 or JBOD to produce these numbers. This is somewhat misleading because all NA-1400's are sold with the harddisks preconfigured to use RAID-5. I assume not many users will change this default configuration.
When it comes to moving lots of small files around, the NA-1400 cannot benefit from a gigabit network. When it comes to moving lots of small files around, the NA-1400 cannot benefit from a gigabit network.
 
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