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Microsoft® SQL Server™ 2005 Administrator's Companion by Victor Isakov, Stacia Misner, Burzin Patel, Marcilina Garcia, Edward Whalen

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Chapter 4. I/O Subsystem Planning and RAID Configuration

In this chapter, you’ll learn how to properly design and configure the I/O subsystem. In order to properly configure the I/O subsystem for both space and performance, it is necessary to understand some of the fundamentals of I/O processing and RAID configuration. Knowledge of the fundamentals of I/O performance will allow you to size and configure your system properly.

The term I/O stands for Input/Output, but in recent years the term has really evolved to mean the storage subsystem. Technically, there is I/O going on with the network, the CPU bus, memory, and so on, ...

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