[Tig] Re: XSan
sentech at core.com
Tue Apr 3 18:55:29 BST 2007
I am able to reliably play back 2K 10bit log DPX files from XRAID. I was able to get 380 MB/sec sustained on a fully populated, 7TB chassis striped on both channels and configured as a JBOD, using two 2Gbit channels of fiber on a switch. This is with both Windows XP (DVS DDR) and da Vinci Resolve (Linux) as SAN clients with ADIC StoreNext. You may need to tweak your config settings on the XRAID, and the ADIC filesystem adds to the performance over simply running NTFS.
Now add another XRAID to the switch, and I can render (play & record) in real time.
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> Thanks to Joe Beirne for support in 2007. see the TIG NAB Focus Sheet at
> Ciprico/Huge MediaVaults are 4GBit FC (dual channel).
> XSans are only 2Gbit FC as far as I know.
> On Windows XP I can pull out 2K 10bit log DPX files from
> a MediaVault and I can not do so from an XSan 2Gbit.
> I am not sure what the case is on MacOS.
> hope it helps !
> Daniel Perez
> > Date: Mon, 2 Apr 2007 11:40:55 -0600> From: jpo at prestodigital.ca> To: Tig at tig.colorist.org> CC: > Subject: [Tig] Re: XSan> > Thanks to Joe Beirne for support in 2007. see the TIG NAB Focus Sheet at> http://tig.colorist.org/wiki3/index.php/TIGNABFS07> ====> > > > XSan is standard practice for apple workflow -- for most things. > When I set up my Final touch suite, however, the recommendation was > Ciprico/Huge Media Vault Fibre channel and it has been working for > nearly a year now -- good support from Ciprico.> > > Joe Owens> Presto!Digital Colourgrade> 302-9664 106 Avenue> Edmonton, Alberta T5H0N4> +1 780 421-9980> jpo at prestodigital.ca> > > > _______________________________________________> No personal abuse; absolutely no advertising or marketing on the main TIG mailinglist. Help to maintain a high signal-to-noise ratio on the TIG.> Tig mailing list> Tig at tig.colorist.org> http://tig.colorist.org/mailman/listinfo/tig_______________________________________________
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