> Running diskless and booting on demand introduces a pretty big and
> dangerous dependency, we'd have to put a *lot* of work into making the
> boot service (which includes the servers, switches, and routers) ultra
> resilient, and I don't see much pay-off.
sorry, I meant for clients. In a server farm I wouldn't either
>> We use software RAID-1 almost everywhere (avoiding a raid card as a SPOF)
> for our system disks. And it's not like disks are expensive.
true. My point is noise at the workplace and enery and well, yes moeny for
HDs. I know it all is not that expensive ;)
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