Linux 2.6 kernel Storage Tuning Tips

Posted by pkoutoupis on Jan 18, 2009 7:16 PM EDT; By Petros Koutoupis
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There are certain topics that never cease to amaze me when I work closely with storage administrator to even developers and QA engineers. Some of those topics are very specific to host side storage tuning. That is, there have been many occasions when certain knowledge in the storage industry has never been acknowledged and taught. Eventually bad practices develop which can eventually lead to disastrous results. It becomes even worse when you get into operating platforms that many may not necessarily be accustomed to such as Linux and UNIX. This blog entry focuses on some SCSI Subsystem details for the Linux platform.

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