|Subject||Re: [firebird-support] Bad performance of Firebird in Windows Server 2012|
They talk about "enhanced caching controllers" and they say things like the following:
- - SQL Server installations are targeted at systems that provide caching controllers. These controllers disable the on-disk caches and provide stable media caches to satisfy SQL Server I/O requirements.
- - Your SQL Server installation depends on the controller's ability to disable the on-disk cache and to provide a stable I/O cache.
- - Note: If you have any question about the caching status of your disk drive, contact the manufacturer and obtain the appropriate utility or jumper settings to disable write caching operations.
- - Disk caching should be disabled in order to use the drive with SQL Server.
Asunto: Re: [firebird-support] Bad performance of Firebird in Windows Server 2012
De: Alexey Kovyazin ak@... [firebird-support] <email@example.com>
Fecha: 31/12/2015 15:22
Can you please give links to these articles?
I searched in Google and found that, for instance, MS suggests not to install SQL Server in a domain controller, but for security reasons. In some articles, MS even recommends to disable disk write cache when installing SQL Server.
I searched information about others RDBMS and generally they recommend to disable disk write cache to ensure database integrity. This seems reasonably. That´s why I am surprised about the difference in performance.
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