[mythtv-users] Hard Drives that Actually Work?

Brian May bam at snoopy.apana.org.au
Wed Dec 15 00:31:48 UTC 2004

>>>>> "Terrence" == Terrence Martin <tmartin at physics.ucsd.edu> writes:

    Terrence> To mitigate the risk I recommend either RAID1

Unfortunately, RAID1 will not help in the case the hard disk returns
random data but fails to report an error. There is no way of knowing
which disk is good and which disk is bad. The result is that the bad
data may be written to the good disk resulting in two "bad" disks.

Having said that I used RAID1 for my important data (and keep
Brian May <bam at snoopy.apana.org.au>

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