[CentOS] Rozwa¿ania odno¶nie storage?
benjamin at py-soft.co.uk
Fri Jan 13 16:39:09 UTC 2012
On 13 Jan 2012, at 15:44, Leen de Braal <ldb at braha.nl> wrote:
> I for sure do not understand a word of it.
Let me Google translate it for you:
Hi. Currently I am dealing with a cluster of mail, in which files mail
messages are stored on users raid software-at that shared by NFS.
Multiple NFS servers, each provides a subset of the messages to the
appropriate server with postfix-I, which is the NFS client. Data from
the NFS server which host the frontend postfix-I should be mounted
with the mail folders are in MySQL. We are looking at replacing some
host-s single storage solution matrix of appropriate disk capacity and
performance I / O. You can prompt the pros and cons of such a
solution? Or matrices usually have several times higher performance I
/ O than single server with SATA drives? Is such a performance I / O
is scalable? Do you scale the storage space in the arrays can be
"without restrictions "? Thanks!
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