MySQL performance gains for storing data files and transaction log on another drive

We're bundling MySQL with our server product for an analytics data-logging component and are wondering if it's worthwhile to separate the data files and/or transaction logs on other drives for large installations to improve performance. Does anyone have experience with this?

We're on Windows server (2003 and 2008r2) only, using InnoDB with a 3NF normalized database, about 500-1000MB per day of data, with lots of small reads and writes and the occasional large read from denormalized report tables.


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