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  • Calculate MB/s by dividing the output of the dcfldd command by the time in seconds. For this example:
    10 KB (875 words) - 18:14, 5 December 2021
  • Calculate MB/s by dividing the output of the dcfldd command by the time in seconds. For this example:
    15 KB (2,263 words) - 18:12, 5 December 2021
  • After this you can figure out your tablets resolution by dividing the values with the ratio '''11.25''' (so '''21600/11.25=1920''' and '''135
    31 KB (3,854 words) - 19:24, 26 November 2021
  • ...ffer striped read performance on a mirrored array. It accomplishes this by dividing each disk in two sections, say front and back, and what is written to disk
    41 KB (6,511 words) - 09:55, 20 December 2021
  • ...ypting/decrypting a sector ([[#Basic principle|see above]]) is achieved by dividing it into small blocks matching the cipher's block-size, and following a cert
    45 KB (6,146 words) - 14:48, 4 November 2021