[Baypiggies] Silent data corruption paper...

Tony Cappellini tony at tcapp.com
Tue Mar 17 07:29:32 CET 2009

That was me-
Thanks, I had forgotten.
This should get heds turning tomorrow at work.
(a storage company)

On 3/16/09, Charles Merriam <charles.merriam at gmail.com> wrote:
> I owed this to someone at the last meeting:
> http://fuji.web.cern.ch/fuji/talk/2007/kelemen-2007-C5-Silent_Corruptions.pdf
> Highlights:   Desktop disks get a random silent corruption 10x more
> than enterprise hard drives.  Everyone gets them occasionally.  Figure
> a bit gets switched every couple of months in a data center, even with
> all the backups, checksums, etc.
> Charles
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