[nycbug-talk] Memory sizing
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Tue Apr 25 11:12:27 EDT 2006
Pete Wright writes:
> SATA drives are pretty good, we use them for some things although for
> something as critical as a database i would not trust them especially if
> you expecting to have frequent/large disk IO happening.
They are not too bad on RAID 10.
> looked at using graid3(8)? this will help maximize space and speed of
> your disks while providing some redundancy via a parity device.
But isn't that software raid? At least that what it seems (just did man
graid3). We always do hardware raid.
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