Re: What would you do with 8 disks?

  • From: "Mir M. Mirhashimali" <mhyder@xxxxxxxx>
  • To: david.best@xxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Wed, 08 Apr 2009 10:10:14 -0500

I kinda like to spread my redo to several disks

I have 4 disks and i write the redo logs as follows

Disk1 - OS
G01_M1 on disk2
G01_M2 on disk3
G02_M1 on disk3
G02_M2 on disk4
G03_M1 on disk4
G03_M2 on disk2

and so on

this way redo is safe from disk failure.

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Subject: What would you do with 8 disks?
From: "dave" <david.best@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: 08-04-2009 07:49

Hey all,

If you had 8 disks in a server what would you do?  From watching this
list I can see alot of people using RAID 5 but i'm wary of the
performance implicatons.  (http://www.miracleas.com/BAARF/)

I was thinking maybe RAID 5 (3 disks) for the OS, software and
backups.   RAID 10 (4 disks + 1 hot spare) for the database files.

Any thoughts?
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