gPXE is an open source network bootloader which I have been using to boot of iSCSI targets. In order to get gPXE onto a bootable USB drive you must first create a custom image using their ROM-o-matic. You will want to choose "USB Keychain disk image (.usb)' as the output format.
I signed up for a Producteev account and opened up Astrid on my Droid. I typed in my new credentials under the sync settings for Producteev and a sync began. I opened up the Producteev website and my tasks were immediately popping up, one at a time. To finish up, within Astrid I logged out of RTM sync.
Navigate using the ‘cd’ command into your zpool which is in the /mnt directory.
Run the following command to test Write speed
# dd if=/dev/zero of=testfile bs=1024 count=50000
Run the following command to test Read speed
# dd if=testfile of=/dev/zero bs=1024 count=50000
The first test will write a file called ‘testfile’ to your zpool and then the second test will read back that same file. You can change the count in order to change how large a file to create.