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It's a winner! After one week, the most important thing I can say about using DAOS on my mail file, is that I'd totally forgotten about it.
DAOS enabled servers use a file system data store as a shared pool for file attachments across many databases to prevent duplication, drastically reduce file storage space requirements, reduce disk fragmentation, and improve NSF file performance and reliability.
After one week of using DAOS, my mail file remains about half the size it was before, but otherwise I'm unable to tell the difference. My local replicas and replicas on other servers (including clusters) are not impacted. If anything, performance has improved.
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