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Re: Journal config for SAN array



Hi,
There's not a single answer for this. It depends on each
configuration, for each SAN, for each SAN topology...

Is not that easy as it appears ;)

regards,

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On Tue, Nov 18, 2008 at 1:50 AM, KenShelby <kshelby optonline net> wrote:
>
> The thread in this forum about using SSD for journals...
>
> http://www.nabble.com/journal-on-an-ssd-to19411589.html
>
> leads me to ask:
>
> What is the best way to configure journals for about half a dozen servers
> accessing some twenty file systems hosted on a RAID-5 SAN array?  The array
> holds relational databases which are used in an OLTP style by web-based
> apps, so it sees lots of small-ish, nonsequential transactions.  Presume the
> array has enough physical disks and cache to provide normally acceptable
> performance.  None of the file systems on the array are shared: each file
> system is mounted (and zoned and masked) to one and only one server, though
> there may be several file systems on a server.
>
> Thanks in advance!
>
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