> For many applications, this is a bad thing - but for large database
> which maintain their own caches, etc. it can be a big win.
This argument comes up again and again...
But in recent years I still have to see one Oracle installation
that puts the database on raw devices. Also I haven't heard any
figure quantifying this "big win" from any major vendor...
Just my 2c, Roderich
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Roderich Schupp mailto:rsch@ExperTeam.de ExperTeam GmbH http://www.experteam.de/ Munich, Germany linux:2.1.114
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