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Blueprints Wiki - Best Practices on ZFS, MySQL, Hadoop, and much more
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I just bumped into the Sun BluePrints Wiki and I think it is worth a visit. It is a companion to the BluePrints Blog and part of the move towards Self-Published Content at Sun, which increases agility and responsiveness to user's needs.

The Recent Content page lists chronologically the latest changes. The more recent entries are created in Wiki format, while …

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Anything But a Flash in the Pan
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There are only two kinds of storage devices - those that have failed, and those that are about to fail. That's the view most datacenters have about the traditionally mechanical devices pejoratively referred to as "spinning rust." All disk drives fail, cheap drives fail faster.

If the average time to fail is five years, you and your laptop can make do with the occasional backup. But when an average enterprise has 100, or 1,000, or increasingly 10,000 or 100,000 individual disk drives, failure is a daily, if not hourly occurrence. Mechanical devices fail.

And with failure comes the potential for losing data - using commodity disks to save your boss …


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Kickfire is not SSD-based
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Just a quick note: Kickfire is not based on SSD (solid-state device) hard drives. Their old website says “SQL goes solid state” but that just means SQL in hardware, not SSD.

When I was a child, we had a Sears Lady Kenmore clothes washing machine that boasted “solid-state circuits” on the panel, in flowery script writing. It was not based on SSD, either.

Finally, I am not on the Kickfire payroll. I’m not getting anything from working with them, except perhaps the fun of being in their labs while they’re still in stealth mode. It’s a harder balance than you might think, writing about …

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RAM vs SSD Based Databases
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MemoRight GT vs Mtron SSDs
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Final Thoughts on SSD and MySQL AKA Battleship Spinn3r
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SSD Without noatime Mount Option Considered Harmful - HUGE Performance Boost
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Independent Mtron SSD + MyISAM Benchmarks
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SSD + MyISAM Thread Scalability
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More SSD vs HDD vs InnoDB vs MyISAM Numbers
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