There's nothing unusual about the SDDP implementation that allows it to miraculously run on commodity hardware for the first time. It's just JBOD disk
My main interest was the potential hardware routes it will open up vs using a conventional over priced fairly low density Netapp solution. From what I
I *may* migrate to OpenBSD & ZFS in the future, particularly if it offers the performance bump that David promises, but I won't be using the SDDP
ok.. I did a little research, and that SDDP stuff is, as usual, just a lot of huffing and puffing and nothing new, ZFS and direct attach storage, been
Anyone find a good listing of all the MLR parameters at:
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\servic es\DS-Message Level
Im interested in what the general consensus of the annoucement of asigra's SDDP is? I've seen a few things floating around on linkedin but not a...