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In each database, there is no one answer to what size something is when it is stored. In MongoDB there are several factors to take into account, for example: What types are being stored (BSON having more types than JSON, and with each getting different allocations) Should you include the (16 byte) record header? Is the collection you are storing the data ...


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As in the original article you linked: The question here is this: if you’re not segregating the workload at the physical resource level, is there any need to segregate the workloads at the logical level? For example, if tempdb and my user databases are in a single pool of disk on the array, should I bother having them on multiple LUNs (Logical Disks) on ...


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Before jumping at one article you should do a little research, after a short Google search "windows storage pools vs raid" I found this article which goes more in-depth. As far as I can tell this new tech doesn't completely replace raid but could be considered an alternative to raid ONLY if you are using windows server 2012. It also may not make sense if you ...



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