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comment To what degree can I trust a given storage device?
I'm fairly comfortable with a Raid solution - what happens when you are transferring several TB of data - for example say 12TB - what level of replication would you consider error proof? The reason I ask this question is that I don't know the relationship between the datastore size and error rates?