lcoughey wrote:Although I've had several calls about Drobo recoveries over the years, I've yet to find anyone who thinks their data is worth our minor data recovery rates to send one in. As most Drobo users are using the unit because they don't value their data enough to get a real RAID or NAS, it seems reasonable that they are going to be equally cheap when it comes to data recovery services.
I think the same goes for ZFS. The most common place for it, that I know of, is FreeNAS systems where the owner puts their critical data on the cheapest hardware possible.
LarrySabo wrote:Just got a Drobo case in: 5 x 2TB Seagate DMs. The user tried to rebuild the array but it crapped out part way through. He has a Unix and technical background and connected a DIY terminal to the Drobo to watch what it was doing, and found it just seems to stall at some point during the rebuild, due to less than 85% free space (or something like that), he says. This should be fun.
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