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ATTO Disk Benchmark

It is often desired to check disk I/O speeds. In Linux 'hparm -t <device>' does the job. For windows something similar can be done using ATTO disk benchmark which helps in finding Disk I/O speeds even in case of virtual machines. It uses blocks of different sizes and shows read/write speeds for each block.

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