But I can give you some overall guidelines. In a SAN, I try to separate my database's files from other database...
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files. This way, an overactive database, from an I/O perspective, does not negatively impact another database. This can also be a good idea from a storage management perspective. If one database grows rapidly, its growth will not constrain growth of the other database.
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