Data Direct Networks and Texas Memory Systems. Should Be Fun.

Fun Weekend Ahead
Our cool lab manager has reconfigured the DDN storage allocated to my cluster of DL585s so that I get 65 spindles per LUN. This particular cluster had been hobbled with LUNs derived from only 16 spindles. Looks like I get to do some reconfiguration of RAC on the cluster this weekend. The good thing is that the cluster also has a Texas Memory Systems Solid State Disk (Another PolyServe Partner) configured for Redo logging. I should be able to get some good performance and stability readings.

This cluster always has ASM and PolyServe CFS set up side-by-side. Makes for good fun.

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