Benchmarks: TrueNAS Core 12 & 13 VS TrueNAS Scale [YouTube Release]

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:stopwatch: Timestamps :stopwatch:
00:00 TrueNAS Core VS Scale Benchmarks
02:15 Our Test System
03:40 Benchmarks Results
07:08 Final Thoughts
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Those scale performance results are pretty shocking, I wonder if that applies to SMB as well. Hopefully IX systems is looking into that. Send like those results are similar to ones that @LTS_Tom did several months ago without much improvements.

I know they are aware of the issues.

I got similar results for scale didn’t run against core 12 though. Wonder what the results would be if containers and VMs were also running? At this point I would not recommend Scale as a data store, maybe as a application platform with locally VM and container store. Think I might experiment a little once I done with current project. Any thoughts on the reasons?