Solid-state drive refers to a data storage device that uses solid-state memory to store its persistent data.

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Do you use SSD in a production environment yet? [closed]

I'm not asking whether or not it's worth the money, as in Question 2425. I'm interested to see the level of acceptance in the production world up to now. Money can certainly relate to the answer, ...
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Does repartitioning on an SSD effectively reduce the lifespan of the device?

The title says much of the question. When repartitioning to a different size on an SSD, is the data in the partition rewritten to the SSD, or is an aggressive rereferencing method used? ...
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Most Appropriate log-structured file system to use with Linux / SSD?

With the development of log-structured filesystems and the introduction of (relatively) inexpensive SSDs, is there a best choice for a log-structured filesystem for use on Linux with SSD drives?
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Is using 2 solid state drives in RAID 0 going to be reliable?

I am thinking of upgrading from a Western Digital 10k RPM hard drive to using two Intel-X25 solid state drives in RAID 0 configuration. I will be using this for hosting the operating system and ...
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Scaling databases with cheap SSD hard drives

I hope that many of you are working with high traffic database-driven websites, and chances are that your main scalability issues are in the database. I noticed a couple of things lately: Most large ...