On 29 Jun 2005, at 14:25, Bryan O'Donoghue wrote:
> There is probabaly a number... let's call it N, where N% of 'dodgy'
> disk, have no hardware failures... but, simply embedded firmware, which
> doesn't gracefully handle all possible errors... the sorts of errors,
> that *can't* happen, that *don't* happen that are difficult/impossible
> to test for .. and then kill entire batches of /device-x/.
>> If a RAID solution comes on a PCB... it is not by inference *stable*
> just because it's a propiatery RAID system provided on PCB...
Would you care to translate that to English please Bryan? (Irish,
French or German also acceptable for me, but for the list as a whole,
perhaps English would be best).
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