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  Reply # 1596899 22-Jul-2016 15:04
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My first was (and is still working) a Quantum 120MB SCSI for my Amiga.

 

 





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  Reply # 1600822 29-Jul-2016 14:37
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Sideface:

 

<snip>  [re big RAID arrays]

 

I'm waiting for mine to rebuild, right now. frown

 

I estimate that it will take 3 days (8 x 8TB WD Reds, RAID 10)

 

 

WRONG!  It took me 7 days to completely reformat and rebuild the array.  undecided

 

Big arrays do have some disadvantages.

 

All data is present and correct after the rebuild.  wink





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