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From: Leonardo Rodrigues Magalhães (leolistassolutti.com.br)
Date: Wed Jan 23 2008 - 06:00:27 CST
Jacqui Caren escreveu:
> Leonardo Rodrigues Magalhães wrote:
>> It would be different if we were talking about these new
>> flash-based disks/solid-state disks. They are 'memory-based' disks
>> but acts as real disks. If information is writen, it will continue
>> there in the case of power-loss of rebooting.
> However a dram based drive can be backed up to a hard drive via DMA
> on interrupt - which can be instigated by a UPS.
> For commercial systems I do not see the problem.
That backup thing started by UPS action would be enough for solving
the reboot question. But what about the crash ones ???? If your system
crash, there will be no backup at all and data would be lost.
Today flash based disks are accessible, in terms of costs, so i
think they are a great solution which would require no 'workaround'
stuffs, like the backup to disk one.
Atenciosamente / Sincerily,
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