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From:Brian Aker Date:November 4 2008 11:07pm
Subject:Re: Network vs. Disk
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Hi!

I will riddle you back!

On Nov 4, 2008, at 10:50 PM, Jim Starkey wrote:

> Cheap servers (quad core Intel) can send 39,.000 messages through a  
> switch per second without breaking a sweat (measured between WinXP  
> and 64 bit Linux both running Q9450 quad-core Intel processors @  
> 2.66 GHz).  A disk with an average access time of 6 milliseconds can  
> sustain 166 operations per second.
>
> What does this suggest about the future of database systems built  
> around disks?

If memory that is attached attached the processor is no longer  
volatile how ludicrous is it to develop using a paradigm of "disk" and  
"main memory"?


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Network vs. DiskJim Starkey4 Nov
  • Re: Network vs. DiskBrian Aker5 Nov
  • Re: Network vs. DiskJames Day5 Nov
Re: Network vs. DiskJim Starkey5 Nov