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PGHammer, 9 Aug 2013
Posted 9 Aug 2013
Easily THE reason I haven't purchased an SSD yet, despite their falling prices, is because of a rather thorny problem - I multiboot; in fact, I run four operating systems bare-metal or in VHDs; the reason for the thorns is that the other three OSes are a server OS and two different flavors of OS X (Mountain Lion and Mavericks). While desktop Windows supports using an SSD as a cache-drive, I haven't a clue if Windows Server or OS X supports the practice. Ideally, all four would support such a use - that means I could then simply buy the largest and fastest SSD I could afford and use it in exactly that fashion (each OS uses a partition of differing size - also, two different file systems are in play; NTFS for Windows/Windows Server, and HFS+ for OS X).
Do Windows Server or OS X support SSDs as cache drives?
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