"snapshotable" or not, DBs are accessed from the local file system, not
from a network where another OS has control of the file system.

On Sun, Sep 18, 2016 at 10:16 AM, Florian Weimer <f...@deneb.enyo.de> wrote:

> * R. Smith:
>
> > Enterprise DBs have servers on the same machine as the Files they
> > access, they do not actually use the network file-system to access the
> > DB data-files over the network from multiple clients, or even servers
> > (unless the DBs are partitioned so and ONLY accessed by the single
> > process so locking is permanent and moot).
>
> Deployments vary considerably.  A lot of enterprises use snapshotable
> storage for databases as well, just as an option in case upgrades need
> to be rolled back.
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