From: Enrico Scholz (enrico.scholz_at_informatik.tu-chemnitz.de)
Date: Thu 19 Aug 2004 - 03:54:46 BST
matt.followers_at_gmail.com (Matt Nuzum) writes:
> Regarding PostgreSQL (and probably MySQL too) running in the vserver,
> some of the fine-tuning steps to get a database server running well
> for high performance applications won't work well in a vserver.
> Specifically, because PostgreSQL runs best when it's data is stored on
> the outer portions of the disk and with it's WAL on a separate disk
> and better yet, stripped across disks you will find that write
> performance (inserts and updates) will not be ideal.
Why not mount such a special partition at /vservers/.../var/lib/pgsql/data?
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