While I’m not sticking to Arch Linux’s PHP (it’s version 7 by default a long time) so I had to compile Xdebug for my PHP version. Great thing at xdebug’s site is that they provide a wizard which parses the pasted php.ini and outputs an install instruction list 🙂
I was curious about the performance with and without RAID0 of the SSDs. So I run hdparm -tT on them.
The old SSD slowed down the RAID array so I sold it and installed OS on the new SSD, because it was 3x faster and I didn’t need the extra space with two SSDs in RAID.
Unfortunately I don’t remember the speed of the old SSD when I bouht it. Now I saved the new ones to be able to compare after some years.
It’s mindblowing how different/super fast is my PC with the new SSD.