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What SMART Hard Disk Errors Actually Tell Us
For the last few years we’ve used the following five SMART stats as a means of helping determine if a drive is going to fail.
hitachi  smart  statistics  harddisk  toshiba  wdc  smartstats  smarterrors  datacenter  reference  backblaze  harddrive  seagate 
11 days ago by ferdinandfuchs
Hard Drive Test Data - Determining Failure Rates and More
Since 2013, Backblaze has published statistics and insights based on the hard drives in our data center. You'll find links to those reports below.
statistics  smart  hitachi  smarterrors  wdc  smartstats  harddisk  toshiba  seagate  reference  backblaze  harddrive  datacenter 
11 days ago by ferdinandfuchs
2017 Hard Drive Failure Rate Comparison
The HGST/Hitachi 4 TB models delivered sub 1.0% failure rates for each of the three years. Amazing.
backblaze  hdd  data 
6 weeks ago by jasonsamuels
Why is my back up slow? – Help Desk
Backblaze can backup as fast as your Internet connection allows. By default, Backblaze backs up at 256 kbps (about 3 GB/day.) However, if...
backblaze  sleep  mac  setting 
december 2017 by lgtout
What's the best power settings for Backblaze? – Help Desk
What's the best power settings for Backblaze? Backblaze can only back up when certain power and network criteria is met: • The computer...
backblaze  sleep  mac  setting 
december 2017 by lgtout

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