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Solid State Disk Solutions - Identifying Hot Files

Software is available to tell you what data needs to go on a solid state disk.  The task of determining which files need the performance boost of Solid State Disk (SSD) has traditionally been the responsibility of the System or Database Administrator (DBA).  In order to make this task more accurate and much easier for the administrator we have partnered with hyperI/O LLC to provide this functionality utilizing their file I/O tracking software "hIOmon".  The software monitors file system access and keeps track of file usage statistics enabling a clear and simple method to locate files which need the high performance of our RamSan.  This can be used initially to determine the size of SSD needed and then on a continuing basis to determine if new files become active enough for SSD.  This provides a great way to monitor file system performance and to utilize solid state technology to the fullest extent.

System Requirements:
Microsoft® Windows NT® 4.0, Windows® 2000, Windows XP, or Windows Server 2003

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Other Applications

The RamSan-400 is perfect for a number of other applications.  We are working with companies on applications ranging from:

  • Data Acquisition
  • Data Modeling and Simulation
  • Non-Linear Video Editing
  • Seismic Processing
  • High-Definition Video Playback
  • E-mail Acceleration
  • Data Warehouses

If you do not see your application listed, please contact Texas Memory Systems and we will be happy to discuss options for implementing the "World's Fastest Storage®".

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