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GridStor Solution

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Mark & Quote Quote Hi Guys,

Im looking over a nearly coming GridStor implementation, and was curious about this forums experience with that. ?

The Gridstor will affect 6 MA's, and properly 1 IC server. ( Is it required to have a standAlone IndexCache server, for the Shared Index cache? Or can one of the MA's be responsable for that?) Also, Is there gonna be a dedicated "GridStore MA", or is it all of the MA's there are "GridStor Serveres", when configuring Alternate data paths+

Which process is there to follow, and is there any requirements that must be followed?

Last thing, It was seeking some valid information/guide on books online, about the implementation, but could'nt find any thing... So either im searching wrong, or there is a lag of that information... So any of you guys have some "must have" documentation about this ??

Many Thanks,

Morten

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