[rescue] Re: how to utilize multiple tape drives in the same library/silo with Amanda...
mcguire at neurotica.com
Mon Jul 22 12:42:02 CDT 2002
On July 22, Joshua D Boyd wrote:
> > Now, this is an "old" attitude; many newer filesystem technologies
> > (i.e. logging filesystems) don't require fscking, and are much MUCH
> > more resilient in the face of a system crash...but many folks seem to
> > think that means they're impervious to ANY sort of failure, and can
> > never become corrupted. This is simply not true.
> What is the maximum size that someone should use? My understanding is
There is no hard & fast rule for this.
> that it is a real pain to get mysql and postgres to split a table
> amoung multiple file systems. Not that this is a pressing problem at
> the moment for me.
A single table that big? I've done some big databases, but never
quite THAT big. There's got to be a way to split something like that
Dave McGuire "Needing a calculator indicates that
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