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Assuming that cloverleaf is a bit of a disk I/O hog because of the many writes to the recovery database, and also assuming that SAN/WAN latencies could be problematic, perhaps more-so in a virtualized environment, is there any way to limit the number of writes to the recovery db? (Aside from deselecting the option.) Perhaps just write messages in a specified subset of recovery database states to the recovery database?
Or, the broader question – how to decrease disk I/O?
This is probably covered in an advanced class – which I have not taken. I get all my advanced info from this list. 😀
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