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Am Mittwoch, 17. April 2002 09:02 schrieb Simon Matter:
> Hi Juergen,
> IIRC you are using SAPDB. Do you run it on XFS? If so, how does it
> perform and can you recommend XFS for SAPDB?
Yes, runns fine. [ SapDB is not Adabas D, Adabas D fails]
To my expieriences and tests, it was not possible to me to crash down a
SapDB (7.3.00.21) Installation on my notebook by powerdowns during
But keep in your mind, if you have a hardware-caching Controller in a
Server you need urgent a UPS or you may loose data, which resides at
writing time in the writebackbuffers of the controllers. A powerloss here
may be fatal.
This was the only way for me to get XFS + SapDB struggling.
[Also it is not a good idea to hit the reset button during mounting a
XFS-(Root) Partition and Log-replaying ...]
IMHO it is also a good idea to setup a productive, most perfomant RDBMS
using RAW devices, in this cases it does not effect the VFS layer of the
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