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By igdfg001 on Dec 20, 2013 03:06 AM
Batterybacked write cache is available in most RAID cards; needed to allow InnoDB to commit without disk write head movement. Allocate total memory 2GB to InnoDB buffer pool.

SSD for random reads; sucks wind on random writes.

HDDs with low latencies and high random write throughput.

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Also, should I consider virtualizing the servers or just a single OS (sorry if this is off topic for the forum, ignore it if so )

If it's very CPU intensive, virtualizing it isn't advisable as it will run slower. You didn't specify which CPUs you're looking at, therefore it's difficult to answer your question. You didn't specify which CPUs you're looking at, therefore it's difficult to answer your question. Let's just say that a single 5570 is faster than two dual core CPUs, no matter which ones you select.

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Do you know SQL or do you NoSQL? MySQL has been very popular for internetscale deployments. But times have changed and there are alternatives. The alternatives either outscale or outavail MySQL and this is more important than providing the features of an RDBMS for many applications. My prediction is that there will be much less usage of MySQL for internetscale applications in the future if we do not make big changes.
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