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From:Евгений Килимчук Date:March 16 2010 3:22pm
Subject:Re: mysql & RAID
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2010/3/10 John G. Heim <jheim@stripped>

> Hi,
>
> I am working on configuring a new hardware database server. I'm a little
> confused as to what to do about disk. We have several mysql databases but by
> far the 2 most active are spamassassin bayesian rules and horde3/imp web
> mail. Both do a lot of updates. The bayesian rules are added to each time a
> spam message comes in for any of our 200 users. And the horde3/imp writes
> address book updates and preferences quite often.
>
> I have read (and have been told) to stay away from RAID-5 for
> update-intensive systems. Are there performance concerns with RAID-10 as
> well? We will be buying from Dell (done deal for reasons too complicated to
> go into) and the disks they're selling are 146 Gb. I can get up to 8 of them
> in the server we're buying. I asked them about just getting 2 big disks and
> going with RAID-1.
>
> My understanding is that with RAID-10, the system can do multiple reads and
> writes simultaneously so throughput is improved oversystems w/o RAID or with
> RAID-1. But the same logic would apply to RAID-5 only it doesn't work out
> that way.
>
> I just want to make sure I'm configuring this system correctly before I
> order it.
>
>
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Eugene Kilimchuk <ekilimchuk@stripped>

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mysql & RAIDJohn G. Heim10 Mar
  • Re: mysql & RAIDDan Nelson10 Mar
    • Re: mysql & RAIDWm Mussatto10 Mar
  • Re: mysql & RAIDGlyn Astill11 Mar
  • Re: mysql & RAIDЕвгений Килимчук16 Mar
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