The speed benefits of SSDs as benchmarked would seem incredible. Can anybody
comment on SSD benefits and problems in real life use?
I maintain some 100 databases on 3 servers, with 32 GB of RAM each and an
extremely rich, complex schema. (300+ normalized tables)
I was wondering if anybody here could comment on the benefits of SSD in
similar, high-demand rich schema situations?
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