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Which is Faster: SAN or Directly-Attached Storage?
By Linchi Shea on 21 January 2008

Or should I place my database files on SAN or directly-attached storage? This is a frequently asked question. It comes up repeatedly in public newsgroups, email discussion lists, and private meetings with customers who are concerned with database performance.
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