[Freeswitch-users] Anyone want my SSD tips on the FS Wiki?

Tim St. Pierre fs-list at communicatefreely.net
Wed Jul 11 21:36:18 MSD 2012

I'm interested in Mario's response, but in our environment, we had to go 
with SSDs to keep up with the database activity that happens when you 
run the core DB in sql and have 400 phones all with a list of 
subscriptions, and every call using the limit DB backend twice.

I have only been using them for about a year, so if there is something I 
should do to extend their life, I'm quite interested!


Michael Collins wrote:
> This is an interesting topic, but I don't know how wide the audience 
> is. Perhaps you could tell us what led you to use an SSD in your 
> environment?
> -MC
> On Wed, Jul 11, 2012 at 7:58 AM, Mario G <mario_fs at mgtech.com 
> <mailto:mario_fs at mgtech.com>> wrote:
>     I recently spent a lot of time learning how to keep an SSD fast
>     and increase its life. It took a ton of research and I combined a
>     lot of info from several sources to install the SSD. Turns out,
>     just installing an SSD and using it as an HDD without doing
>     anything else is not a good idea. Although the topic is not
>     specific to FreeSwitch I am wondering how many out there would
>     like me to put together a FS wiki page fr tuning an SSD. It's a
>     lot of work so I won't do it unless there are enough requests or
>     the developers want it.
>     Mario G
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