What are the technical considerations for running MSSQL and MySQL from the same Windows server?
They will also compete for hard drive, memory and processor usage. The first two are larger than the last. If they are both actively used, they will both want to write / read from disk. You may want to put them on your disk if they are heavily used.
Test it and see how the plan works. For more information, open Performance Monitor and look at the disk and memory statistics.
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