[CentOS] SSD for Centos SWAP /tmp & /var/ partition

Sun May 22 10:26:14 UTC 2011
yonatan pingle <yonatan.pingle at gmail.com>

On Sun, May 22, 2011 at 10:57 AM, Steven Crothers
<steven.crothers at gmail.com> wrote:
>> I was running on 3gbps sata bus, and the  performance was great, it
>> just dies in one big crash without  giving any clues about it.
> If only SSD's were a viable solution for long-term storage, we could
> theoretically increase our virtualization many times over. It's to bad
> the technology hasn't come far enough to be used that way though
> without costing an arm and leg.
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> Steven Crothers
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the only way to go with SSD is RAID due to these reasons.
it's unlikely that two disks will die at the same time, so it's
possible to use and enjoy them ,
but don't forget to have a fresh backup and a raid array. ( that
should be done also with an ordinary disk array anyways ).

Best Regards,
Yonatan Pingle