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Storage Networks Explained: Basics and Application of Fibre Channel SAN, NAS , Print ISBN |Online ISBN Read "Storage Networks Explained Basics and Application of Fibre Channel SAN, NAS, iSCSI, InfiniBand and FCoE" by Ulf Troppens available from Rakuten . [PDF] Storage Networks Explained Basics And Application Of Fibre Channel San Of Fibre Channel San Nas Iscsi Infiniband And Fcoe 2Ed (Pb ) book.

In their June paper "A Case for Redundant Arrays of Inexpensive Disks RAID ", presented at the SIGMOD conference, they argued that the top performing mainframe disk drives of the time could be beaten on performance by an array of the inexpensive drives that had been developed for the growing personal computer market. Although failures would rise in proportion to the number of drives, by configuring for redundancy, the reliability of an array could far exceed that of any large single drive. For example, a fast SSD can be mirrored with a mechanical drive. For this configuration to provide a significant speed advantage an appropriate controller is needed that uses the fast SSD for all read operations. Adaptec calls this "hybrid RAID". These are called levels. Originally, there were five RAID levels, but many variations have evolved, notably several nested levels and many non-standard levels mostly proprietary.

GlusterFS can be flexibly combined with environments. The storage can be a physical disk, in a single global namespace. GlusterFS is based on a or an area representing multiple disks or a portion of a stackable user space design, delivering exceptional physical disk.

The clients which access the iSCSI storage performance for diverse workloads. To initiators, the storage available Gluster storage platform and Gluster File system through iSCSI appears as a raw, unformatted disk known as offer the most reliable and simple open source clustered file a LUN [4].

The solution device must be separately formatted and mounted. Data is stored using an NFS-like The block device is a file based image, which acts native format.

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Hersey Cartwright. Atulya Nagar. A software solution may be part of the operating system, part of the firmware and drivers supplied with a standard drive controller so-called "hardware-assisted software RAID" , or it may reside entirely within the hardware RAID controller.

Unlike the network interface controllers for Ethernet , which can be usually be configured and serviced entirely through the common operating system paradigms like ifconfig in Unix , without a need for any third-party tools, each manufacturer of each RAID controller usually provides their own proprietary software tooling for each operating system that they deem to support, ensuring a vendor lock-in , and contributing to reliability issues.

Software RAID can be implemented as: A layer that abstracts multiple devices, thereby providing a single virtual device e. Linux kernel 's md and OpenBSD's softraid A more generic logical volume manager provided with most server-class operating systems, e.

Veritas or LVM A component of the file system e. The mirrored disks, called a "shadow set", can be in different locations to assist in disaster recovery. The second-stage boot loader for FreeBSD is capable of loading a kernel from such an array.

However, hardware RAID controllers are expensive and proprietary. To fill this gap, inexpensive "RAID controllers" were introduced that do not contain a dedicated RAID controller chip, but simply a standard drive controller chip with proprietary firmware and drivers.

During early bootup, the RAID is implemented by the firmware and, once the operating system has been more completely loaded, the drivers take over control. Consequently, such controllers may not work when driver support is not available for the host operating system. An advantage of this model over the pure software RAID is that—if using a redundancy mode—the boot drive is protected from failure due to the firmware during the boot process even before the operating systems drivers take over.

This detects bad blocks before use. Consequently, using consumer-marketed drives with RAID can be risky, and so-called "enterprise class" drives limit this error recovery time to reduce risk. The utility enabled TLER time limited error recovery , which limits the error recovery time to seven seconds. Around September , Western Digital disabled this feature in their desktop drives e. Similar technologies are used by Seagate, Samsung, and Hitachi. For non-RAID usage, an enterprise class drive with a short error recovery timeout that cannot be changed is therefore less suitable than a desktop drive.

Many studies cite operator fault as the most common source of malfunction, [75] such as a server operator replacing the incorrect drive in a faulty RAID, and disabling the system even temporarily in the process.


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