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Bob ZelinRe: Avid Unity with Debian linux
by on Jul 30, 2012 at 3:41:43 pm

AVID Unity is a specialized software program that can handle the AVID databases properly.
A standard network might drive you crazy - if you have read Eugeny's posts about setting up a standard
network, and using AVID, you will see the limitations that you must follow to have this work.

I build the Final Share shared storage system, and I follow Eugeny's recommendations, or I use
Studio Network Solutions SANmp, with GlobalSAN, which creates an iSCSI target, with initiators for the clients. This allows for a volume based shared storage solution for AVID - but not the slick implementation that AVID gives you with Unity or ISIS software.

So if you build a generic linux server, you will face limitations, even if you get better performance.

Bob Zelin



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