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Sewermonger
26-Jun-2007, 12:58 PM
I wanna matched pair for a raid

'Today @ PC World Seagate Announces 1TB Hard Drive'
(http://blogs.pcworld.com/staffblog/archives/004724.html)


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Patrick Farrell
26-Jun-2007, 01:57 PM
Sewermonger wrote:
> I wanna matched pair for a raid
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> 'Today @ PC World Seagate Announces 1TB Hard Drive'
> (http://blogs.pcworld.com/staffblog/archives/004724.html)
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I've got 15 of their 750's in a raid.

Sewermonger
27-Jun-2007, 04:37 AM
I'd take only 10 in a mirrored raid setup

Sewermonger
27-Jun-2007, 09:28 PM
Lord John Whorfin: May I pass along my congratulations for your great
interdimensional breakthrough. I am sure, in the miserable annals of
the Earth, you will be duly enshrined.


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Sewermonger
27-Jun-2007, 09:38 PM
What is that watermelon doing there, anyway?
The following explanation was written by the director of the 1984
docudrama, W.D. Richter, for the April 1986 edition of the World Watch
1 Newsletter: "I can only imagine Buckaroo trying to grapple with this
question. When cornered (as I feel now), he often quotes H.L. Mencken's
nasty remark about how every complex question always has a simple
answer...that is usually wrong. But it is high time poor New Jersey's
honest inquiry be answered. Let me rephrase the question first one way,
then another. "Why is a watermelon trapped between those monstrous
pressure plates deep within the Institute's Critical Stress
Laboratory?" Team Banzai botanical agronomists have been for years hard
at work on the problem of hunger in Third World countries under
constant revolutionary turmoil. A nonpolitical, humanitarian effort,
their goal has been to find ways to feed starving peoples in remote
areas where traditional food delivery systems prove woefully
inadequate. Often, the only way to get the nourishment into the bellies
of the needy is to hit and run, avoiding all petty ideological
side-taking. What you see in the Critical Stress Lab is a revolutionary
watermelon capable of withstanding impact pressures of 300,000 pounds
per square inch! Sweet, juicy and vitamin-packed, this remarkable fruit
can be dropped from the bomb bays of low-flying aircraft into the
backyards of disenfranchised villagers in the remotest backwaters of
this angry planet. Just another Team Banzai effort to cut through all
the unnecessary **** around us and help people help themselves. Look
for high-impact, low cholesterol eggs next... and sooner than you
think, shatter-proof whole-wheat taco shells. (Note from Mrs. Johnson:
More behind-the scenes information about the anomalous watermelon can
be found in an "Easter egg" that is hidden on the Buckaroo Banzai DVD.)


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Sewermonger
27-Jun-2007, 11:28 PM
Amazing. This is what was missing from the dig at Giza. This is how they
controlled it. It took us 15 years and three supercomputers to MacGyver
a system for the gate on Earth.


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