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Today, we will see a trick to calculate the playback speed of a hard drive, Linux and specifically with Debian in this tutorial. For this, we will rely on fdisk to list the hard drives, and hdparm for the calculation of performance.
First, we are going to see procedure with hdparm so let’s start by listing the drives on the machine with the following command:
fdisk -l | grep "Disque"
Note: the presence of two discs: sda and sdb. About md0 and md1 it is software RAID arrays present on the machine.