> They don't list any Tyan's as "certified" so I dunno. Perhaps you should
> look into a Tyan w/o integrated SCSI and just get the MegaRAID 320-1 or
> 320-2 to avoid any possible issues.
Upon further investigation, I think this the way to go, specificaly I'llbe
recommending the 320-2 as I plan to put the WAL and DB on seperate channels
and partitions (as opposed to to putting them on the same logical partition
split over the two channels).
> Hardware RAID + battery lets you turn write caching on. For a DB with
> lots of updates, it can make a big difference.
And we need all the help we can get, right? ;-)
Thanks for pointing me in the right direction there.
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