SQL Raid setup
Date: Thu, 8 Jul 2004 08:40:19 -0700
we currently have a single SQL server with a single 3 disk
raid 5 array split into two partitions, a data and am os.
this is not getting full and we were thinging of changing
the config of the disks, ie a mirrored pair for the os and
then a mirrored pair of striped disks for the data (or a
pair or mirrors one for the logs and one for the data)
not being all that hot with SQL anyone got any ideas which
way i should go.
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