mogilefs vs SAN
peng at dig-tech.com
Thu Jul 27 03:53:30 UTC 2006
Its website said you can use mysql replication to avoid the single point
>From: feihu_roger <feihu_roger at yahoo.com.cn>
>To: mogilefs at lists.danga.com
>Subject: Re: mogilefs vs SAN
>Date: Thu, 27 Jul 2006 11:04:40 +0800
>The Mysql DB of mogilefs Tracker is a single point of failure.
> > The SAN is a single point of failure; if it goes down your data is lost
> > or at least the data added since the last backup is lost. To make the
> > SAN more reliable you need to buy a more expensive SAN. Even then I've
> > seen a SAN costing several $100K, with 0+1 RAID die and lose data
> > because the disk controller failed.
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