> Conor Daly wrote:
>> o Of fairly recent vintage (rather than cobbled together with some
>> old disks I had lying around) and so (maybe) more reliable.
>> Which is fine if your office didn't accept Dell's "These disks really
> suck but they're dirt cheap, you idiots." offer and suffer 6 failures in
> as many months in a section of the cubefarm with 11 boxes.
Perc3/di's (aacraid) with firmware older than build 6092 by any chance?
Check bugzilla for closed bugs on aacraid.
> It was funny to see some "support" gimp appear with a disk image and
> attempt to recover a system... When that doesn't work it kinda leaves
> them all out of ideas which is sometimes worth data loss to see. "Can I
> use yer phone? Cool. Er... Sandra... it's not workin'! What do I do?!"
>> I really enjoyed working on Win2K boxes with 128MB RAM and no swap set
> up... I loved the 60Hz monitor I was issued and would like to thank my
> boss for running her fan all day making my desktop wobble unbearably.
> I'd also like to thank "support" for leaving the local admin pass on a
> post-it on my desk one day.
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