Yes, it is the Raspberry Pi I mentioned yesterday. I let it on more than eight hours, then I start to run the UnixBench test. Look at the result: I will repeat the test after a reboot. see if it is a little bit different.
I just ordered a new VPS from Vultr.com. It has All SSD. Maybe the lowest price per memory. Pay $0.007/hr, you get 768MB RAM, 3GHz CPU and 15GB storage. It is about $5/month. And more datacenters than other VPS service providers. There are 14 locations worldwide, right now. I did following test though Benchmark Serverbear.
The VPS with SSD cached is much faster than normal HDD. Servermania had a email to me last week. It said there is a upgrade of the hardware on the host of my VPS. From normal HDD storage to SSD Cached HDD. Here is a benchmark report for the new one. UnixBench score: 2456.6 I/O
Yes, I just upgraded my VPS from old plan to new platform. Actually my old VPS at Linode is SSD cached system. They called it SSD Beta. I used it from last September. I did a performance test at that time. SSD Cached Linode UnixBench UnixBench (w/ all processors) 2086.0 UnixBench (w/ one processor) 324.3
Ordered a new VPS from ServerMania. I did a test two days ago through ServerBear. The basic information about this VPS. RAM 4 GB Burstable 8GB HDD 150 GB CPU Model Intel(R) Xeon(R) CPU E3-1270 V2 @ 3.50GHz CPU Cores 4 CPU Speed 3500 MHz CPU Cache 8192 KB 4 TB Bandwidth 4 IP address
I have a Linode VPS with 1GB RAM. To verify the performance of it, I test the VPS with UnixBench 5.1.3. The result is amazing. The System Benchmarks Index Score is 2298. The details of score and breakdown of it are shown as below. I doing this test before on other VPS. Never saw any