Without knowing what kind of workload you are carrying on your server, it is impossible to determine if this disk configuration will impact overall performance.
I would suggest that you use the iSeries performance tools to collect data during a busy part of the day and then analyze this data to see if your disk performance is impacting overall system performance.
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