On Thu, 11 Sep 2008, Greg Smith wrote:
> If you want your database to perform well on writes, the first thing you do
> is select a disk controller that performs well, has a well-known stable
> driver for your OS, has a reasonably large cache (>=256MB), and has a battery
> backup on it.
Greg, it might be worth you listing a few good RAID controllers. It's
almost an FAQ. From what I'm hearing, this Intel one doesn't sound like it
would be on the list.
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