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MySQL and the The Death of RAID
Posted by: Edwin DeSouza
Date: June 07, 2007 01:36PM

Kevin Burton’s NEW FeedBlog

Kevin Burton: MySQL and the The Death of RAID
RAID is dying. Shocked? Want some evidence? Google doesn’t use RAID. They’ve build a database infrastructure which avoids expensive and proprietary hardware controllers.
http://feedblog.org/2007/06/06/mysql-and-the-the-death-of-raid/


Jeremy Cole: RAID: Alive and well in the real world
Kevin Burton wrote a sort-of-reply to my call for action in getting LSI to open source their CLI tool for the LSI MegaRAID SAS aka Dell PERC 5/i, where he asserted that “RAID is dying”. I’d like to assert otherwise. In my world, RAID is quite alive and well. Why?
http://jcole.us/blog/archives/2007/06/07/


Kevin Burton: Yes Jeremy, RAID Really Is Dying
http://feedblog.org/2007/06/08/yes-jeremy-raid-really-is-dying/



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