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Synology Diskstation DS416j NAS Review

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Synology DiskStation DS416j NAS Testing: 

HD Video Playback (higher is better)

 

The HD Video Playback series of tests involve streaming a 720p HD video file using Windows Media Player and 256KB reads. The tests play either one, two, or four files simultaneously using different percentages of sequential reads (99.5% for the single file, 18.1% for the 2x HD Video Playback and 9.6% for the 4x HD Video Playback).

 

 

 

HD Video Record (higher is better)

This test writes a single 720p HD video file to the NAS device employing 99.9% sequential 256KB writes.

 

HD Playback and Record (higher is better)

The HD Video Playback and Record test combines the two previous tests and reads and writes a HD 720p video file simultaneously.

 

Content Creation (Higher is better)

This test simulates content creation on the NAS device, such as what might occur when rendering a video. There are 99 files used and is composed of 95% write operations with up to 64KB block sizes and consists of 39.1% sequential operations.

 

Office Productivity (higher is better)

The Office Productivity test is roughly evenly distributed between read and write operations, using 607 small files consisting of 1KB and 4KB reads and mostly 1KB writes.

 

File Copy to NAS (Higher is better)

The File Copy test copies a single large file to the NAS unit using 100% sequential 64kb write operations.

 

File Copy From NAS

This test reads the single large (1.4GB) file from the File Copy test from the NAS using 64KB read operations.

 

Dir Copy to NAS (Higher is better)

This test copies a directory structure with 126 files to the NAS device using predominantly 64KB writes, but also includes a wide distribution under 16KB.

 

Dir Copy From NAS (Higher is better)

This test copies the same directory structure of 126 files from the NAS device using 64KB reads.

 

Dir Copy From NAS (Higher is better)

This test copies the same directory structure of 126 files from the NAS device using 64KB reads.

 

As we would expect, the RAID 0 and RAID 10 arrays performed the best in the Intel NAS Performance Toolkit.




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