emberson.rich at gmail.com
Tue Jul 22 22:53:13 UTC 2008
For a non-laptop machine with the following target
characteristics: energy efficient, non-gaming, powerful
and fast; should SSDs (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Solid-state_drive)
be used and, if so, how? SSD have very fast seek times and
can have fast read speeds (http://www.datamarck.com/benchmarks).
Specifically, what directories ought to be allocated to
the SSD drives?
All of the bin directories (/bin, /usr/bin, etc. since
these are mostly read-only and are used alot)?
Lib directories (/lib, /usr/lib, etc.) ?
If you are running a database, should at least the index tables
be mapped to an SSD? Some of the main tables maybe too big for
the current generation ($$) of SSDs.
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