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What happens when an SSD aggregate reaches high percentage of the total capacity?

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Comparing to HDD aggregated where we might see performance issue in highly utilized environment with SSD aggregates this shouldn't be a case.
This is due to differences in technology used to access the data.
 
  • HDD disks have mechanical parts and different design which has big contribution in system performance
  • SSD disks use a different technology and don't have mechanical parts. Therefore the access to the data is faster and shouldn't be affect by how full is the aggregate

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