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answered EC2 Ubuntu 14.04 instances: running `apt-get update` results in “Hash Sum mismatch”
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asked EC2 Ubuntu 14.04 instances: running `apt-get update` results in “Hash Sum mismatch”
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comment How to combine multiple disks to act as one larger one?
Yeah that is OK.
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comment How to combine multiple disks to act as one larger one?
I've also seen that e.g. Elasticsearch lets you avoid this problem with the ability to use multiple data folders elastic.co/guide/en/elasticsearch/reference/current/…
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comment How to combine multiple disks to act as one larger one?
@Darvanen Want to stick with instance storage with SSDs for maximum performance for MongoDB and/or Elasticsearch, which both can handle the replication/redundancy.
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comment How to combine multiple disks to act as one larger one?
@Zoredache on Ubuntu. It sounds like "RAID 0" may answer my question but was hoping for a confirmation and more of a detailed explanation.
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