rainer at ultra-secure.de rainer at ultra-secure.de
Tue Apr 30 09:23:37 UTC 2019

Am 2019-04-30 11:05, schrieb Michelle Sullivan:

> I wonder what would happen if you scaled that up by just 10 (storage)
> and had the master blow up where it needs to be restored from backup..
> how long would one be praying to higher powers that there is no
> problem with the backup...?

Well, the backup itself takes over a day, AFAIK.

I'm not sure why it is that slow. Maybe the old SAS6 HBAs.

It's also lots of files.

> (As in no outage or error causing a
> complete outAge.)... don’t get me wrong.. we all get to that position
> at sometime, but in my recent experience 2 issues colliding at the
> same time results in disaster.  13T is really not something I have
> issues with as I can usually cobble something together with 16T.. (at
> least until 6T drives became a viable (cost and availability at short
> notice) option...  even 10T is becoming easier to get a hold of now..
> but I have a measly 96T here and it takes weeks even with gigabit
> bonded interfaces when I need to restore.

Those are all SAS drives, actually.
600 and 1200 GB.

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