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Do any of you providers do this? Would the customer notice a difference on an already maxed out node?
Yeah, they'd notice when the drives get absolutely annihilated by the I/O use.
Drives usually won't make it to their second or third birthday, so it's not a cheap thing to do.
Yo mama so fat each of her butt-cheeks has its own /8.
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It'd be cheaper to upgrade your ram than try to do this.
Unless you use optane, which might be used for swapping when you're short of memory.
Survey Says: Not worth the risk.