We are trying to enable Geodatabase (Oracle 18c) archiving (https://desktop.arcgis.com/en/arcmap/10.6/manage-data/geodatabases/geodatabase-archiving.htm)
Our architecture team recommends we separate out the tablespaces for primary tables and archival tables and use 'SAN (Block) - XIV' for primary and 'NAS (File)- NetApp' storage for the archive tables.
Now, since the data gets archived as users edit, will this have any performance impacts?
Also, archive data is what users will be utilizing to do 'time-lapse' animations and such using UI tools.
Will this storage impact the performance of such tools?