>>>>> "ps" == Peter Schuller <peter.schuller@xxxxxxxxxxxx> writes:
ps> This is a recommendation I would give even when you purchase
ps> non-cheap battery backed hardware RAID controllers (I won't
ps> mention any names or details to avoid bashing as I'm sure it's
ps> not specific to the particular vendor I had problems with most
This again? If you're sure the device is broken, then I think others
would like to know it, even if all devices are broken.
but, fine. Anyway, how did you determine the device was broken? At
least you can tell us that much without fear of retaliation (whether
baseless or founded), and maybe others can use the same test to
independently discover what you did which would be both fair and safe
This is the real problem as I see it---a bunch of FUD, without any
actual resolution beyond ``it's working, I _think_, and in any case
the random beatings have stopped so D'OH-NT TOUCH *ANY*THING! THAR BE
DEMONZ IN THE BOWELS O DIS DISK SHELF!''
If anyone asks questions, they get no actual information, but a huge
amount of blame heaped on the sysadmin. Your post is a great example
of the typical way this problem is handled because it does both: deny
information and blame the sysadmin. Though I'm really picking on you
way too much here. Hopefully everyone's starting to agree, though, we
do need a real way out of this mess!
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