Am Donnerstag, 21. November 2002 21:53 schrieb Bjoern Metzdorf:
> > In fact, the linux kernel supports >2 drives in a mirror. Useful for a
> > mostly read database that needs to handle lots of concurrent users.
> Good to know.
> What do you think is faster: 3 drives in raid 1 or 3 drives in raid 5?
If 4 drives are an option, I suggest 2 x RAID1, one for data, and one for WAL and temporary DB space (pg_temp).
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