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SubjectRe: [ANNOUNCE] Ramback: faster than a speeding bullet
Daniel Phillips wrote:
> On Sunday 16 March 2008 23:49, wrote:
>>> Mirroring on the other hand, makes a realtime copy of a volume, that is
>>> never out of date.
>> so just mirror to a local disk array then.
> Great idea. Except that the disk array has millisecond level latency,
> when what we trying to achieve is microsecond level latency.

Just a point of information, most of the mid-tier and above disk arrays
can do replication/mirroring behind the scene (i.e., you write to one
array and it takes care of replicating your write to one or more other
arrays). This behind the scene replication can be over various types of
connections - IP or fibre channel probably are the two most common paths.

That will still leave you with the normal latency for a small write to
an array which is (when you hit cache) order of 1-2 ms...


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