For write intensive applications, RAID 0+1 is a good fit and for I/O or transaction intensive files and objects,...
solid state disk can be a good fit. If you have not already done so, check out the various IBM Redbooks and RedPapers pieces where you can find in-depth articles on configuring storage for DB2/UDB on UNIX for different types of storage.
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