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Kickfire is not SSD-based
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Just a quick note: Kickfire is not based on SSD (solid-state device) hard drives. Their old website says “SQL goes solid state” but that just means SQL in hardware, not SSD.

When I was a child, we had a Sears Lady Kenmore clothes washing machine that boasted “solid-state circuits” on the panel, in flowery script writing. It was not based on SSD, either.

Finally, I am not on the Kickfire payroll. I’m not getting anything from working with them, except perhaps the fun of being in their labs while they’re still in stealth mode. It’s a harder balance than you might think, writing about …

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RAM vs SSD Based Databases
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MemoRight GT vs Mtron SSDs
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Final Thoughts on SSD and MySQL AKA Battleship Spinn3r
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SSD Without noatime Mount Option Considered Harmful - HUGE Performance Boost
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Independent Mtron SSD + MyISAM Benchmarks
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SSD + MyISAM Thread Scalability
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More SSD vs HDD vs InnoDB vs MyISAM Numbers
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SSD + PBXT = Crazy Suspicious!
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Random Write Performance in SSDs
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