Let's say you want massive world maps for a Survival server with several dimensions and you pregenerate those worlds before releasing your server. 1. Will there still be slow world loading / lag if it is using an HDD storage system instead of SSD? 2. Is it possible to have the server files on SSD but the world folders being on HDD? I'm considering buying a dedicated server but many dedicated servers (such as some OVH ones) will offer, say, 450 GB on SSD and 1TB+ on HDD. Or two 450 GB SSDs, for example. I assume it is impossible to split a server between two storage devices..? Also, for those servers that have massive, or unlimited, world maps, how do they do it? I assume they still have to create server backups regularly? I don't see how someone could create backups regularly if their worlds are 100GB+ in size. Plus transferring hosts if needed (or similar) is out of the question.. Maybe colocating with their own hardware? Unfortunately, my max budget is ~$100 / month so that is likely out of the question as I can't afford to build a new computer atm. Feedback would be greatly appreciated. Thank you!