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Re: [Xen-users] Linux Fiber or iSCSI SAN

Exactly my thought, Gordon..
But I will certainly consider raidz2

Anastas S

>> While 10 drive raidz1 is not most optimal, it is still pretty close to
>> recommended 4-8 drives.
> Pretty close is not really much better than any other imperfect value.
> This is because ZFS stores data in vriable length stripes that can
> only be powers of 2 <= 128KB. This means that you should keep your
> RAIDZ's small and close to the optimal data+parity disk counts.
> Then again, any RAIDZ[123] is going to be slow enough that you
> probably won't be able to tell much difference (much like RAID[56]).
> Gordan

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