Darren, > To: address@hidden > From: "Darren Addy" <address@hidden> > Subject: LDM - Partitioning for LDM/GEMPAK > Organization: UCAR/Unidata > Keywords: 200504081521.j38FLof2000743 The above message contained the following: > Institution: University of Nebraska at Kearney / I.T. Services > Package Version: 6.3 > Operating System: Red Hat Enterprise AS v.4 > Hardware Information: 733Mhz PIII, 200G HD & 10G HD > Inquiry: I'm intending to set up a little wxserver with LDM, GEMPAK > and maybe Mapserver. I'm starting with a format/fresh install of Red > Hat. My question is regarding partitions for best performance. > > My primary HD is a 200G. I've left the original 10G HD in to use as > Linux /swap. Originally, I created a 10G partition for "/" and the > remainder for /home (thinking that was where most of space would be > used). > > Going through the LDM Preinstallation however, it appears that the LDM > data and logs go in /var (/var/data/ldm). Because the data and logfiles are very volatile, they should go into a disk partition that is NOT backed-up. The partition should also be on local disk. These are the major constraints. If you're not backing-up anything and all disks are local, then you can put them wherever you like. > I'm wondering if you have an recommendations on how to partition the > HD for best performance, allowing the most space for the portions of > the filesystem that will need it. (Although I'm working on LDM at the > moment, I will be doing GEMPAK next). I'll defer to our systems administrator regarding partitioning. Mike? > Also, while I am asking questions - is there a good list of how much > bandwidth the various IDD data streams will use? You can get a good idea of the data rates by visiting the rtstats(1) webpage for a top-level IDD relay site. We usually use this one: http://my.unidata.ucar.edu/cgi-bin/rtstats/rtstats_summary_volume?thelma.ucar.edu > Thanks for your assistance and in making these products and support > available to the university community! You're most welcome. > Darren Addy > University of Nebraska at Kearney Regards, Steve Emmerson LDM Developer > NOTE: All email exchanges with Unidata User Support are recorded in the > Unidata inquiry tracking system and then made publicly available > through the web. If you do not want to have your interactions made > available in this way, you must let us know in each email you send to us.
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