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on Jan 17, 2012
on Jan 17, 2012 by Ted Dunning
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What is the use of storage pools...why we have to create storage pools.
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Jan 17, 2012 2:40 PM
Storage pools describe the arrangement of disks into stripes. The use of storage pools allow the I/O bandwidth of several disks to be combined for better performance. The downside of large storage pools is that losing a single disk in a storage pool requires that the entire storage pool be reformatted and the contents re-replicated.
Storage pools can be arranged in complex ways, but overwhelmingly in practice, storage pools are set up internally as RAID-0.
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