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What makes yum difficult with RAID [closed]

I as working with someone on a redhat server using RAID 10 with MySQL, and they mentioned it is hard to use yum when having a raid setup. Is this true? If so, what actually makes it 'difficult'?
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1answer
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Disk page size for MySQL and MySQL cluster [closed]

As I know database reads data from disk in some constant page size (even if one byte is needed, whole page will be copied from disk to memory). What are disk page sizes for MySQL and MySQL Cluster? Is ...
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3answers
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Can I specify a different disk for a specific MySQL table?

I use my home machine as my personal database for my hobby analytics project. This machine has an SSD for the main drive where MySQL stores its data. It also has a secondary hard drive that is ...
3
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1answer
157 views

Extreme storage beasts

Intro I have derived this question from my previous question Single Drive vs Multiple Drives After getting a very detailed answer from a very helpful member RolandoMySQLDBA and learning the fact that ...
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2answers
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Single Drive vs Multiple Drives

Generally bottleneck of RDBMS (I am a MySQL user) performance is disk access. SSD provides great performance compared with conventional spindle drives. Question : Is it possible to improve ...
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1answer
953 views

MySQL InnoDB data file directly on a disk slice (fixed-size)?

It seems that ibdata1 is like a disk slice. In Solaris (UNIX) UFS filesystems (the common one before ZFS), one would separate their disk c0t0d0 into slices, say a 10GB drive would be cut into three ...