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Old October 31, 2012, 06:52 AM
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Originally Posted by Generic User #2 View Post
Thanks for info! so I need include SQL Server and all of its database files in there as well?
Anything that is getting read/written to obviously needs to be on the RAM drive. So the database files for sure, not sure about the entire SQL server. Depending on how a program works, it might load all into RAM anyway. With that said, it makes sense to put anything within your whole dev chain on the RAM drive to ensure no hard drive bottlenecks I guess.
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