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Feb
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comment How do I return custom content with an error response in IIS 7?
@Jean-Francois I must have, because I don't have this problem anymore. I'm surprised I didn't come back here add an answer. I'll take a look and see if I can remember what I did.
Feb
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comment iSCSI SAN - Network adapter bottleneck
I can't remember exactly - but it is greater than 90%, which is good enough for me.
Dec
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comment How do I return custom content with an error response in IIS 7?
This article shows how to return a static error page. My error is dynamic, and set as the response content: {"error":"Message..."}
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revised How do I return custom content with an error response in IIS 7?
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comment Is there a performance advantage to isolating database logs and data on different volumes (same RAID array) across a SAN?
@Basil - I'm not sure what you mean by front end connection. There are 2 database servers connected to the SAN. Each one has 4 1 Gbps iSCSI connections.
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comment Is there a performance advantage to isolating database logs and data on different volumes (same RAID array) across a SAN?
@Jim B, So does each lun use different spindles on the same array?
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revised Is there a performance advantage to isolating database logs and data on different volumes (same RAID array) across a SAN?
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revised Is there a performance advantage to isolating database logs and data on different volumes (same RAID array) across a SAN?
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comment Is there a performance advantage to isolating database logs and data on different volumes (same RAID array) across a SAN?
I am saturating the link, both for backups and my largest query - which populates my warehouse table in a nightly job. I'm going to see what I can get out of a 10 Gbps connection.
Sep
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comment Is there a performance advantage to isolating database logs and data on different volumes (same RAID array) across a SAN?
More specifically, two volumes on the same array.
Sep
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comment Is there a performance advantage to isolating database logs and data on different volumes (same RAID array) across a SAN?
Very useful. I can see where it may be a benefit to split the SAN into multiple arrays in some cases. I am also curious if there is any performance difference if the volumes are on the same array.
Sep
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asked Is there a performance advantage to isolating database logs and data on different volumes (same RAID array) across a SAN?
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