FS spanning across multiple disks
From: Kumar, Praveen (cahoot) (Praveen.Kumar_at_CAHOOT.COM)
Date: Mon, 26 Jul 2004 12:06:03 +0100 To: aix-l@Princeton.EDU
As a part of our capacity planning I am planning to increase a
filesystem which is on a disk say hdisk1.The mirror copy of this exists on
hdisk2. While adding space to the file system, I am picking some space from
another 2 disks say hdisk3 and hdisk5 which have the mirror copies on hdisk4
and hdisk6 respectively. (The disk containing this file system does not have
free space any more)
I want to know whether is there any disadvantage if my file system spans
across 3 disks (Since mirrored it is 6 disks). This file system will have
only two file that are very large.
The file system does not have much IO, it has activity once a day that's
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