Well, most servers are using solid state, but most servers are backing up once a night. So, the durability of the drive is not overly crucial. They're running RAID, which makes the drives reliability sort of unimportant.
With solid state, the person has to be concerned on the controller in the drive. Data can degrade over time and sometimes the drive can become useless. A SSD, for example is bad for lots of writes. The reason why is it's not good at reallocating fragments. You get "bunch up". Some flash drives end up telling the system they have no room left when in fact they have plenty.
What is the most durable drive type? HDD, SDD or SSHD?
- A solid state hard drive is the least durable of the three categories unless you're in a white room with Halon to protect the hard drive and an anti-static floor a physical hard drive is the most durable but it's the slowest a sshd is combination of a solid state hard drive so that your operating system boots quickly but at the same time gives you the durability of a physical hard drive for your important data it's probably your best choice if you're looking for both speed and durability this is also known as a hybrid Drive02
- I don't know. Wear a pair of schittkickers and stomp on them to see which one breaks first.
I'd assume an HDD would take more of a beating from being stomped on or thrown around, at least externally. Solid state drives are plastic. Solid state drives would be more durable internally then a hard drive would be because there's moving mechanical parts inside of an HDD that can come loose or out of place if you boss or throw it around a bit.
If you're not talking about a physical stress test to see how much physical abuse they can take they all work pretty much the same otherwise. Storage space is storage space. Solid state drives might be more convenient because they're smaller.01
- Most durable is the HDD and only idiots would downbote that answer. SSDs fail so much easier than all 3 and the sshd fails more than a hdd.14
- For durability i'm going to say SSD,they can take more physical accidents then the HDD.00
- Neither... get a backup system in place.
An SSHD just has extra parts to fail.
An SSD can be more resistant to physical movement but can still have it's parts fail, and it's number of times you can write are limited. The amount of writes is huge, and probably won't matter, but it's got a set lifetime.
A mechanical drive can probably last longer, but with moving parts will wear as well. It's bearing will eventually wear out.00
- Nearly all tough will be the HDD in support of idiots would likely downbote that will reply. SSDs don't succeed much less complicated when compared with most 3 plus the sshd does not work out greater hdd.01
- SSD has its writing cycle limit, similar to all of us being born to die.
HDD has potential to last but it is mechanical and may fail.
SSHD is a midpoint compromise hybrid between costly SSD and lumbering HDD, but for durability it got worst of both world.00
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