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== Current Benchmarks ==
 
== Current Benchmarks ==
  
In order to establish a baseline of current performance of OpenZFS on OS X, measurements have been made using the iozone [http://www.iozone.org] benchmarking tool. The benchmark consists of running various ZFS implementations inside a VMware 6.0.2 VM on a 2011 iMac. Each VM is provisioned with 8GB of RAM, an OS boot drive, and a 5 GB second HDD containing a ZFS dataset. The HDDs are standard VMware .vmx files.  
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In order to establish a baseline of current performance of OpenZFS on OSX, measurements have been made using the iozone [http://www.iozone.org] benchmarking tool. The benchmark consists of running various ZFS implementations inside a VMware 6.0.2 VM on a 2011 iMac. Each VM is provisioned with 8GB of RAM, an OS boot drive, and a 5 GB second HDD containing a ZFS dataset. The HDDs are standard VMware .vmx files.  
  
 
The test zpool was created using the following command:
 
The test zpool was created using the following command:

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