I/O bottleneck

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PostgreSQL
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I have one FTPS, based on windows server 2003. We use WS_FTP program, which is create a lot PostgreSQL task and also write a lot on I/O. This mainly cause our server halt many times a day and my customer cannot login to our server at server busy time happen.
May I know some solution, cause that I cannot choose my database write on other physical hard disk. And any tool to reduce this writing process on my I/O
Thanks for your support

ASKED: October 31, 2012  4:51 AM

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  • TomLiotta
    ...I cannot choose my database write on other physical hard disk.   Can you explain why not? Knowing circumstances might help to figure out a best course. Do you really mean that you "cannot" do it? Or that you don't want to do it because it might cause other problems?   Tom
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  • tombeck
    Hi Tom
    Thanks fro your response. I mean that the existing configuration does all writing task in the same physical disk, so that my server halt sometime ==> affect customers. I do not know how to reduce it.
    Could you please send me an email via: trinhphanle@gmail.com?
    Thanks
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  • TomLiotta
    I mean that the existing configuration does all writing task in the same physical disk...   It was clear what you said. But you indicated that you "can't" change it. Why can't you?   If you can't change it, you possibly can't fix it.   Could you please send me an email...   That's not how this site works. If it moves over to personal contact, the first discussions will be about rates. Also, discussion in the open brings opportunity for someone who has a good idea to add comments (for free).   You should avoid posting personal e-mail addresses in public forums.   Tom
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