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Re: What's the best hardver for PostgreSQL 8.1?

From: "Joshua D(dot) Drake" <jd(at)commandprompt(dot)com>
To: Ron <rjpeace(at)earthlink(dot)net>
Cc: Frank Wiles <frank(at)wiles(dot)org>, Juan Casero <caseroj(at)comcast(dot)net>, pgsql-performance(at)postgresql(dot)org
Subject: Re: What's the best hardver for PostgreSQL 8.1?
Date: 2005-12-24 21:42:00
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>
> If you've got the budget or are dealing with small enough physical 
> storage needs, by all means use RAID 10.  OTOH, if you are dealing 
> with large enterprise class apps like Sarbanes Oxley compliance, 
> medical and/or insurance, etc, etc, the storage needs can get so large 
> that RAID 10 for everything or even most things is not possible.  Even 
> if economically feasible.
>
> RAID levels are like any other tool.  Each is useful in the proper 
> circumstances.
>
There is also RAID 50 which is quite nice.

Joshua D. Drake


> Happy holidays,
> Ron Peacetree
>
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