SQL Server Performance

san: sql et sata

Discussion in 'SQL Server Clustering' started by domjan, Jun 2, 2005.

  1. domjan New Member

    We have the scheme to implement a SAN .
    A storage solution manufacturing suggest us SATA ( SATA 2 for the controller and SATA 1 for the disks ) for the disk technology.
    We have 400 users connecting to 10 SQL Databases.
    For the connection between servers ( MICROSOFT SQL SERVER 2000 ) and the storage solution ( DATABASES ), it's Fiber Channel.

    This solution is cheaper than Fiber Channel disks.

    Is anyone having experience of this kind of architecture for SQL SERVER ?

    Thanks for your answers.

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