We do not have this product. We do not do High Availability but we do journal every table and have full audit journaling on. Would this still help performance?
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I've moved. I wasn't that impressed. But, it may be because I found a much bigger payback. Are you journalling? If so, do you have Resource
ID Option Feature Description
5770SS1 42 5117 HA Journal Performance
Adding this made a phenomenally huge difference. Comes with usual 70 day key to try it out. Which, if you line up the install just right will cover two month ends to test it.
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From: Mike Cunningham <mike.cunningham@xxxxxxx>
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Date: 01/17/2013 11:45 AM
Subject: iSeries and SSD drives
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Has anyone moved to using SSD drives and if so have you seen any
significant performance improvement by doing so? We are not in need of
additional space (running about 50%) and disk utilization (% busy) is not
extremely high (10-15%). Wondering if a plan to migrate to SSD would be
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