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comment VPN That Hijacks Lan (Can I use a VM?)
Apologies about the question, I needed to login to post and stack overflow must have a bug with it as it returned with an incomplete question. I am a professional sys admin.
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comment VMware Esxi with Kingston SSDNow (No Trim but S.M.A.R.T Garbage Collection)
really nobody??? :(
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comment SSD on Vmware ESXI 4 (TRIM? Good Idea?)
Its purely financial, the SSD drives work out cheaper and you get WAY more performance out of them. Space isn't what I need, its performance.
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comment VMWare Esxi Looking for Bottlenecks
in terms of drives if we are running 6 machines on each drive, don't need much hdd space so a 64gb ssd would be affordable and fast so this would make a lot of sense. any experience with how well ssd's perform on esxi?
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comment VMWare Esxi Looking for Bottlenecks
Also what are your feelings on SATA vs SAS vs SSD for this sort of setup?
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comment VMWare Esxi Looking for Bottlenecks
Yeah, i think its not a vCPU issue as we have 1 per VM. Looking at read latency it definately looks like that would be the issue. So you'd rec one drive per 4-6 VMs?