Don Vaillancourt wrote:
> Here's a question a little off-topic.
> What would a 32TB database hardware configuration look like. I'm
> assuming 200GB hard-drives which would total 160 of them. Double that
> if you mirror them.
> Am I correct?
Why do you have to mirror them ? Usually a SAN make data redundancy
using a RAID 4 or 5, this depend if you need read performances or
write performances, in the case of Red Sherif I guess that guys are
using RAID 50 ( 0 + 5 ) sets so what you "waste" is a disk for each
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