The Disk IO Performance grade is calculated based on the following test result metrics. Each line in the table includes the best, worst, mean and median results from all tested plans from all providers as well as the result for this particular trial.
The grade is determined based on the metric value in this trial compared with the same metric in all other provider plan trials and it is shown next to the metric in ().
|Based on test||Metric name||VpsNet
|All Providers and Plans|
|Web||Database Response Time||13.00 ms (E)||3.00 ms||17.00 ms||7.71 ms||7.00 ms|
|Web||CPU IOWait||0.41 % (D)||0.00 %||3.45 %||0.29 %||0.08 %|
|Sysbench||Sequential Disk IO Transfer Speed||333.28 MB/s (C)||763.94 MB/s||9.76 MB/s||285.62 MB/s||283.12 MB/s|
|Sysbench||Random Disk IO Transfer Speed||1.70 MB/s (F)||329.85 MB/s||0.22 MB/s||42.61 MB/s||28.48 MB/s|
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