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Posted Friday, January 4, 2013 1:34 PM



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I've heard SSD horror stories, but most of them seem to be with Gen 1, early adoptions prior to a year or two ago.

These days the MTBF has gone up so much that I wouldn't hesitate to use them now.

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Posted Friday, January 4, 2013 1:37 PM



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That is good to know Steve. We are about to purchase all new back end storage but I don't think any will be SSD's for any of our SQL Servers. The only thing we have today on that is redo logs for our one high end Oracle system (non Exadata) and that is being replaced by a SQL Server solution starting next month.

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