Liran Zvibel of WekaIO on using D to Create the World’s Fastest File System

aliak something at
Wed Dec 5 21:18:10 UTC 2018

On Wednesday, 5 December 2018 at 19:59:46 UTC, Joakim wrote:
> On Wednesday, 5 December 2018 at 09:04:49 UTC, Walter Bright 
> wrote:
>> #4 on HackerNews front page!
>> 33 points at the moment!
> Now one of the top-voted links on the front page of HN.
> I'd just like to point out that Andrei put Liran and I together 
> to do this interview in summer '17- though I had emailed Liran 
> about doing one in '15 and never got a response- and he finally 
> got some time to respond this summer.
> Now I just need Andrei to finally do an interview, which he's 
> been putting off for even longer. :)

Awesome work!

Question about one of the comments, because I don't understand 
the hardware aspect of things. this one:

Pasted here:

"Weka is a name of a Machine learning product from New Zealand.
The IBM system had 24xHGST N200 SSD, 830 000 random read, 200 000 
random write. that is 24 * 200 000 IOPS=4.8Million random writes.

The Matrix system had 64x1.2TB Micron 9100 SSDs. 750 000 random 
read, 300 0000 random writes. 64 * 300 000=19.2 Million IOPS

Ok so you have benchmarked hardware with 4.8 Million write ops vs 
19.2 Million write ops."

Anyone know if that last line is correct?

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