03-31-2018 10:56 AM
As a side note, the Micron 5100 series drives work perfectly without causing Dell faults in my tests so hopefully this will light a fire under someone’s butt in the Cloudspeed firmware engineering dept. They are a better performing product in my tests as well, despite being eTLC based (Cloudspeed Eco/Ultra are MLC/eMLC) so Sandisk needs to fix this for a “server class” line to remain competitive and effectively usable in our usage cases.
04-03-2018 06:52 AM
Sorry I missed your last message. So they are faulty for you, yuck. I put some in a r620 that has a PERC H710P. They are reading without a fault in this model, however the write speeds are horrendus. On a vmware server, in a brand new VM, I am getting 50-60 mpbs write speeds, while my reads are at about 800 mbps. How are your read speeds, what program is running on top of these for you?
04-04-2018 02:28 PM
Its write speeds are normal but I can't really live with the false status flagging issues. Re: your performance issues, maybe you should check out this bug fix for VMware when using SATA vs SAS disks:
03-04-2019 10:23 AM
ve used SanDisk guard tools for windows. I have tried on Pike 2108 and adaptec 8405 but its not possible to find the disk when its in raid. I have tried with USB 3 sata hdd dock and usb 2.0 sata hdd dock. i have tried to use it on sata controllers on many different pc'c and server's, but its not possible to update. It says updated but its still the old firmware, if i use it on sata controllers it say: