RE: Solid State Hard Drives
Running sendmail, qpopper, roundcube webmail, dspam, clamav-milter on a HP
DL360 G4 with 5000 accounts and it is struggling, time for an upgrade and
looking at all options. Solid State drives are not too expensive these days,
actually comparable to fast SAS drives with high end RAID controller.
Just wondering if Solid State Drives are at mature enough and reliable
enough for this type of application. Looking for real world experience
rather than theory......
Woosaw Pty Ltd and Publish Media Pty Ltd
office: (02) 9518 9771
mobile: 0420 942641
From: Steve Suehring [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Thursday, 8 October 2009 12:03 PM
To: Glenn Hocking
Subject: Re: Solid State Hard Drives
I'd be interested in hearing experiences on this too, but I would think
there would need to be a compelling reason for using them due to their
cost alone. Are you experiencing I/O lag with normal hard drives?
On Thu, Oct 08, 2009 at 11:06:39AM +1100, Glenn Hocking wrote:
> Hi List
> Had anyone had experience using Solid State Hard disks in mail servers?
> I've heard that Solid State is very fast but not good for high read/write
> functions such as mail servers as the drives wear out over time.
> Be keen on any real world experience. Our mail servers have around 5000
> Kind regards
> Glenn Hocking
> Woosaw Pty Ltd and Publish Media Pty Ltd
> office: (02) 9518 9771
> mobile: 0420 942641
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