That way I can use fast SSD and still have large space. I know wiredtree.com is one of them but they're more of a VPS. I'll have to check
Often times clients only need SSD for MySQL database queries. Most Apache/webserver calls don't stress your drives because of the low rate sequential reads (in most cases). When you are looking for fast access and large amounts of space you are almost always best off going with a primary drive on SATA, secondary SSD for MySQL and then a backup as tertiary (or other backup option). We see it bring a great value time and time again to clients.
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