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The convert program will start the conversion process Please do not try to do anything on your system while the hard drive is being converted When it is done, you will have an NTFS-formatted hard drive available to install PostgreSQL on
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Windows servers present another type of problem If you are planning on building a PostgreSQL server to support multiple users, you have lots more things to worry about than just whether your hard drive file system is formatted as NTFS At the time of this writing, there are currently four platform choices in the Windows server environment: Windows 2000 Server Windows 2000 Advanced Server Windows 2003 Standard Server Windows 2003 Enterprise Server Each of these server platforms fully supports PostgreSQL and is more than capable of being built to handle a multiuser PostgreSQL database For servers, the hard drive file system formatting should not be a problem Since the NTFS disk format provides for securing data by user accounts, for security reasons all Windows servers should have their hard drives formatted as NTFS Performance is usually the biggest problem in a multiuser database server environment Customers always want faster query times for their applications In the Windows server environment, there are basically three items that can affect the performance of the PostgreSQL database: The Central Processing Unit (CPU) speed The amount of Random Access Memory (RAM) installed The type of hard disk drives used Obviously, obtaining the fastest CPU, largest amount of RAM, and fastest hard drives is the optimal solution However, in the real world of people on limited budgets, it is not always possible to obtain such a server configuration Sometimes things must be compromised in the server configuration There is a pecking order for determining how much to spend on the CPU, RAM, and hard disks When you have limited funds, a small improvement in just one area can help increase the overall performance of the server For a database server, the main item you should attempt to maximize is the disk access speed Applications that perform lots of queries on stored data can benefit from disk configurations with quick read speeds Alternatively, applications that perform lots of data inserts and deletes can benefit from disk configurations with quick write speeds After maximizing your disk configuration, the next item you should consider is the amount of RAM in the system PostgreSQL requires lots of memory to perform its functions Although it will attempt to work given whatever amount of memory you provide it, obviously more memory will increase performance Finally, you should look at the CPU and how it affects your overall database system
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The following sections break these features down and give some advice to help you decide how you can build your PostgreSQL server
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The first feature to consider is the type of hard drive to use A slow hard drive will bring a busy database system to its knees, no matter how much memory or how fast the processor There are a few different types of hard drives available in the Windows server market The most common types you will run across on server hardware are the following: Enhanced Integrated Drive Electronics (EIDE) Small Computer Systems Interface (SCSI) Figure 2-2 demonstrates how the EIDE and SCSI technologies handle hard drives As shown in Figure 2-2, EIDE technology provides for two hard drives per channel, and most EIDE computer systems only have two channels, allowing for a maximum of four hard drives As you will see shortly, this can be a limitation for larger systems SCSI allows up to seven hard drives per channel, with most systems capable of using multiple channels The downside to SCSI technology is that a separate controller card is required
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