[dm-crypt] aes-xts-plain with aes_x86_64 makes my SSD 5x slower than my encrypted HD
marc at merlins.org
Thu Aug 16 19:57:16 CEST 2012
On Thu, Aug 16, 2012 at 06:28:06PM +0200, André Gall wrote:
> Hi Marc,
> thank you very much for your detailed investigation. I wanted to buy the
> Samsung SSD 830 in the next few days to replace my old SSD. I chose this
> drive explicitely because of it's "supposed" performance with encrypted
> data according to the benchmarks of incompressible data all around the
> internet. Seems like I should rethink this decision :)
That's also why I bought it, and obviously it didn't work out.
I seem to remember that the OCZ Vertex 4 also does ok with data that doesn't
> >Samsung's old Benchmark registered so low on their own Random IO test
> >that the bar graph showing speed was a single line at the '0' mark.
> You don't happen to have a screenshot of this? This would make it much
> easier for people to understand there's something wrong!
Sure thing. Page updated:
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