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nice question .. Thanks for sharing

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Nice easy question. Specially after losing few points in recent days thanks to some mind blender questions.

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Nice, simple question, thanks, Steve.

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It is recommended that you set the clusters to 4kb.

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nice and easy question..
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Good question.

Does the confict between the normal recommended cluster size for volumes holding filestream containers (64KB) and the size recommended for use when the filestream container is on a compressed volume (4KB) induicate that having filestream data on a compressed volume will cause performance issues? 4KB is a lower cluster size than I've generally used for RAID configurations anyway, frighteningly low.


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Good question.

Does the confict between the normal recommended cluster size for volumes holding filestream containers (64KB) and the size recommended for use when the filestream container is on a compressed volume (4KB) induicate that having filestream data on a compressed volume will cause performance issues? 4KB is a lower cluster size than I've generally used for RAID configurations anyway, frighteningly low.


I haven't heard anything about this. the only performance issues I've seen and read about are when 8/3 names are not disabled.







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