Scott Marlowe wrote:
> After that you have to start looking at hardware. Soimething as
> simple as a different drive for indexes and another for WAL, and
> another for the base tables can make a big difference.
If I have 14 drives in a RAID 10 to split between data tables and
indexes what would be the best way to allocate the drives for performance?
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