When I were I nipper, we used to sell and repair these:
37 posts • joined 14 Aug 2012
"Out of the box the EX4 is set up in a standard RAID 5 array. In the case of the reviewed 8TB model, that meant 6TB of usable space was available, as the fourth drive is used for parity, should there be a single drive failure"
RAID-4 has a dedicated parity disk.
RAID-5 is distributed parity whereby parity bits are striped across all drives.
Bought 3x 3TB Seagate ST3000DM001 in Sept 2012. All three failed within 12 months and were replaced under warranty. 2 of the replacements have now failed and as the warranty is only honoured from the original purchase date they are now just expensive bricks. £200 I could have just set fire to and saved some time.
My 5 six yr old 750G Samsungs are all fine.
I note that BT have again used my home town (Lewes) in their advertising campaigns.
This time it is the "Bringing us all together for London 2012" speil.
hXXp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4dPjSBL2VOo (or just search YouTube for the above title)
There is even one of the 'falling stars' heading towards the roof of my house.
Guess who is stuck with 6.5Mbps ADSL then.....
"Bringing us all together for London 2012"
httpp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4dPjSBL2VOo (or just search YouTube for the above title)
One of the 'falling stars' is heading towards the roof of my house.
Guess who is stuck with 6.5Mbps ADSL2 then.....
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