On Thu, Aug 31, 2000 at 06:08:29PM +0200, Foley, Brian (Galway) wrote:
> Yeah, I think I like 'brace' as a collective noun for hard discs...
>> Somehow it makes me think of a sysadmin in tweed jacket leaving the server
> room with his gun carrying a bunch of dead hard discs by their SCSI cables.
>> Now *that's* what I call troubleshooting. :-)
Lovely image. As somebody pointed out, though, it's stretching the
meaning of the word `brace' to apply it more than two. Maybe.
How about a `racket' of hard drives? A `clatter'? A `platter'?
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