Is there an advantage to installing Linux on a SATA or IDE drive? I'm hoping to stream media from this server so would it be best to keep the faster SATA disks for that data?
FURTHER BACKGROUND INFORMATION:
I'm setting up a new Home Server based on Debian Linux, and Greyhole storage pooling, to replace my aging Windows Home Server (Also a Homebrew).
I'm recycling hardware, and was wondering how to split the data across the different disks. Eventually, once backups and bits have been copied across from the old server, I'll be using a number of SATA drives and a couple of IDE drives of varying sizes.