> The current king of putting postgresql on multiple platters and getting
> best overall performance is a battery backed caching raid controller run
> one or more many disk RAID-5 arrays.
I thought the best choice were RAID-10 (1+0) (when available). There
isn't a write penalty with RAID-5?
Thank you. Kind regards,
Cris Carampa (spamto:cris119(at)operamail(dot)com)
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The fish doesn't think: the fish is mute, expressionless.
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