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SubjectRe: write/read cache raid5
Alistair Riddell ¼g¹D¡G
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> On Mon, 8 Oct 2001 raid@ddx.a2000.nu wrote:
>
> > So there is no way i can Speedup write to the raid5 array ?
> > (memory will be ecc and the server will be on ups)
>
> Your disks go as fast as they go, that is a physical limitation.
>
> More RAM means your server can store up data blocks to be written when the
> disks are less busy. But the data still has to be written to disk
> sometime.
>
> More RAM will certainly help by caching reads though.
>
> 6 disks raided together means the bottleneck will likely be your network,
> unless your server is on gigabit ethernet and has a ton of clients and/or
> gigabit to the desktop.
>
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Yes my server serve lots of clients and have lots of NICs even
gigabit... how can I increase write/read cache on RAID5 ? It is better
performed when big cache allows on top (before) raid computation work
and physical disk writes.
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