On Sun, Mar 19, 2017 at 12:32:38PM -0700, ludwig jaffe wrote:
> Hi,
> I think about improving speed of my box.
> I have SAS-Disks of 698GB as RAID1 on my LSI
> SAS-RAID-Controller.
> So what about replacing one of the Disks with an
> SSD by SAMSUNG e.g. 850 series?
> So if the SSD drops some electrons the HDD will keep 
> up with data and the SSD will be quicker then the HDD
> while reading.
> Will this work?
> Are there any people who tried such a raid1?
> Cheers,
> Ludwig

Haven't tried it: you will definitely crock the write speed on SSD, and
may see improvements on read. That will depend on the controller - some
controllers bias toward SSD, others distribute the reads, in which case
you would probably see very little improvement.

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