FreeBSD and SSD drives
kraduk at gmail.com
Tue Feb 15 10:20:34 UTC 2011
On 14 February 2011 23:55, Chad Perrin <perrin at apotheon.com> wrote:
> On Mon, Feb 14, 2011 at 03:32:30PM -0800, Chuck Swiger wrote:
>> >From what I understand (a quick review of wikipedia helps :), modern
>> >flash cards are now typically rated for 100K writes, include ECC bits
>> >to actually correct or at least detect errors and try to remap bad
>> >blocks to unused blocks, and implement wear-leveling techniques of
>> >varying degrees of effectiveness.
>> PS: Reposted from a NetBSD thread, was
>> <D5AF2A8E-FEF0-467E-BE4A-B01243E21F1A at mac.com>....
> Just make sure you double-check the rating for the specific SSD storage
> hardware you're actually using. The fact the state of the art is better
> now than it was does not mean you are using state of the art hardware.
> Chad Perrin [ original content licensed OWL: http://owl.apotheon.org ]
We have the main DB server on our portal running directly on some of
these http://www.oracle.com/us/043970.pdf. Its a high volume site so
we really needed the speed. They are supposed to last 6 years but we
shall see. We have the 1 TB version, all mirrored giving us 500 GB. We
run solaris 10 on top with zfs, so we should see any data corruption
very quickly if it starts to happen. The cluster has been running for
about a year now
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