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Category: Performance and trade-offs

No, though when data is incompressible (e.g., pre-encrypted), we won’t be able to leverage compression to improve performance and QoS. If you suddenly switch from sending compressible data to sending incompressible data, the write performance will eventually decline as the NAND on the drive fills. However, it’s the average compressibility of the data that will influence performance more than short-term shifts.

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