[Beowulf] SSD caching for parallel filesystems
diep at xs4all.nl
Mon Feb 11 16:18:34 PST 2013
On Feb 12, 2013, at 12:39 AM, Joe Landman wrote:
> If you know what you are doing, 3GB/s is so ... several years ago.
If you scroll back Joe,
The 3GB/s figure is what they posted they were happy to reach with a
That's why i kept using it.
> Wait, you want faster? How about this? http://scalability.org/?p=5779
That's for the high frequency traders who need fastest possible
latencies to SSD :)
Let me not ask after price there as we can buy a house from that i
>> What we know for sure is that the SSD array is going to be really
> So far, in this post, these are the first words that I would have to
> agree with, for various values of the word "really".
>> In short SSD's are only interesting for latency and caching.
> ... and back to absolutes. Wrong ones, but absolutes.
> So at some point, when its all ok to talk publicly about what we are
> doing, you'll see a pretty good refutation of, well, almost everything
> that was said in this post.
> And yes, my company is very self respecting.
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