On Wed, Jul 14, 2004 at 09:02:26AM +0100, kevin mentioned:
> 1. What manufacturer do people recommend for IDE drives? The drive that died
> was actually one of our newest drives and was a Maxtor, the other ones we
> have are Seagate and Fujitsu. The system is not complex, no raid or LVM, just
> a hard drive with a spare backed up by rsync hourly. 40GB would be plenty big
> enough and its not very heavily loaded.
They are all as bad as each other. Assume any hard disk is as disposable
as a printer cartridge, and you'll be safe.
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