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Posted by: Phil Robins
Date: December 13, 2007 12:19AM

Hi - I run a new company selling Solid State Disks. Both 2.5inch SATA/IDE and the Hyperdrive4 (DDR RAM based drive). The performance of these disks are staggering. Looking at MySQL, the technology has been developed around the fact that getting Data from a spinning disk is slow, so clustering uses Cached data (as I understand it reading about it on the web).

I'd like to create a test to compare a clustered "spinning disk" hosted solution with an "All SSD" based machine. I am building a PC with a Raided SSD (drives read and write at 100MB/sec) and also a Hyperdrive4 which runs faster than that.

I'd be interested in meeting or discussing with any infrastructure MySQL experts interested in this new technology to help build up the test.

Please get in touch any who may be interested.

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