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Re: SATA, SATA II, U320 SCSI, etc.
Posted by: mike
Date: December 11, 2005 06:30AM

Thanks for the reply. I actually read that article already, and was hoping to get some good replies about migrating to or from u320 and SATA (or SATA II)

I have the opportunity to deploy some decent servers, using m/cluster - so they wouldn't need to be able to process 32423423 queries per second, but would need to handle general load.

In the past things like multithreaded I/O (isn't that what it was? or was it the ability to send multiple commands at the same time?) made SCSI the choice for this. I'm wondering if it isn't *really* that important anymore and/or SATA features (in 1.0 or 2.0 or 2.5?) can take care of whatever SCSI's advantages were (reliability aside)

please reply to my thread about mysql usage - i'd like to collect some data! thanks!
http://forums.mysql.com/read.php?11,57080

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