reThe performance regression odyssey

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I posted a few weeks ago about a performance regression in our metrics that we tracked down the to the disk being exhausted.

We replaced the hard disk to a new one, can you see what the results were?

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This is mostly because we were pretty sure that this is the problem, but couldn’t rule out that this was something else. Good to know that we were on track.

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