--On Monday, January 12, 2004 13:45:45 -0800 Shankar K <shan0075(at)yahoo(dot)com>
> Hi There,
> We are considering to use NetApp filer for a highly
> busy 24*7 postgres database and the reason we chose
> netapp, mostly being the "snapshot" functionality for
> backing up database online. The filer would be mounted
> on a rh linux server (7.3), 4g RAM, dual cpu with a
> dedicated card for filer.
> I'd appreciate if anyone could share your experience
> in configuring things on the filer for optimal
> performance or any recomendataion that i should be
> aware of.
I run a (not very busy) PG cluster on a NetAPP.
It seems to do just fine.
The issue is the speed of the network connection. In my case it's only
FastEthernet (100BaseTX). If it's very busy, you may need to look
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