[linux-lvm] cache on SSD makes system unresponsive

Bernd Eckenfels ecki at zusammenkunft.net
Fri Oct 20 17:02:05 UTC 2017

Not sure if this is on-topic but there is a reason for software solutions. The days for super properties and faulty hardware is over. You put Software like lvm on top of mass market stupid hardware exactly to reduce complexity.

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lejeczek schreef op 20-10-2017 16:20:

> I would - if bigger part of a storage subsystem resides in the
> hardware - stick to the hardware, use CacheCade, let the hardware do
> the lot.

In other words -- keep it simple (smart person) ;-).

Complicatedness is really the biggest reason for failure everywhere....

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