Speed mismatch is the death-trap for shared storage

Good post by Erwin van Londen (thank you)

I’ve been focusing on the implications of physical issues a lot in my posts over the last ~2 years. What I haven’t touched on is logical performance boundaries which also cause extreme grief in many storage infrastructures which lead to performance problems, IO errors, data-corruption  and other nasty stuff you do not want to see in your storage network.

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