RE: Measuring the impact of Redo Log change

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Date: Tue, 9 Sep 2008 09:25:06 +0100
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Or Peter Crouch for UK sports fans :)

I have long heard the argument for redo not to be on raid 5 and yet every site that I have ever worked at that has San storage uses Raid 5. A real world example would have provided useful information, although I know it is very site/application specific


Likewise, if this change was a forward looking attempt to increase maximum throughput, you might not notice any change right now. Upgrading from standard (US) 80 inch high doors to 88 inch doors is not something I notice much. But if you expect Kareem Abdul Jabbar to become a frequent visitor they would be nice. (Hmm, maybe I should have updated that to Shaq for you youngsters.)



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