My home machine is using Linux, with a regular HD and an SSD.
I want to get the most performance out of my system, by placing commonly-read files on the SSD.
After running some diagnostics, I found that ~/.rvm, ~/.cache and ~/.config are the most accessed folders (especially ~/.cache/google-chrome and ~/.config/google-chrome)
My question is:
Is it a good idea to place these folders on the SSD for read-performance, or will the number of writes break the disk within 6 months?