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High performance random-access disk operations (Raidframe?)
So, I'm building a machine that I want to have a filesystem that
performs very well for [mostly reads] random access to random parts of
data files. I don't expect as many directory operations as file read/
I was thinking about Raidframe RAID 0, but wondering if the extra
level of having the raidframe code in the mix will slow it down?
Would I just be better using a single partition/device of smaller size
than to go to the effort of using raidframe to stripe things?
Thanks. Apologies if I didn't give enough information to
adequately explain what I'm asking about.
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