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SSD Reliability
tcassidy
An expensive way to test hard drives. Were you holding each at arm's length and dropping them at the same speed!

Terry
SpadesFlush
I dropped them from the top of the leaning tower of Pisa to see which would get to the bottom first.
Boyd
The SSD should get there first because it's faster.
SpadesFlush
Faster than a feather?
Ken in Regina
:-)
MisterMoonlight
We got some bad experiments with a couple of ssd disks at the cie that fail to be reliable after only few months (~5-6) working 24hr a day (lost of data, hard to find operating system problems). So we revert on these systems to mechanical hard disks...
SpadesFlush
Interesting. My SSDs are not subjected to that sort of sustained demand; I hope my use is less demanding...


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