Since I'm also guilty here with my huge array of Caviar Greens, let me
also say that every few weeks I have a batch job that reads *all* data
from that array. Why on earth would I need to occasionally and
repeatedly read 21TB of data from something that should already be
super reliable? Here's the failure scenario for what might happen to
me if I didn't...
Quote: "Western Digital has seen a future market demand and filled
that void brilliantly. The new Red series offers outstanding
throughput, dead-silent operation, and even some enterprise features
at a cost only slightly above that of the lowest cost consumer drives
out there. The ability to continuously and dynamically self balance is
a feature unseen in even their own enterprise lines, and is a sure
contributor to the 1 Million MTBF rating."
Thanks for a post!
rshrout ( -at -) pcper.com
Western Digital Red 3TB SATA SOHO NAS Drive - Full Review
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