On 7/24/17 8:46 AM, Jon Elson via cctalk wrote:
> The problem with Exabyte drives is they seemed to have a short shelf life. Most of the rubber parts have failed in the dozens of Exabytes I have. LTO is the direction the world has been going for a while. They have about three generations of backwards compatibility, so that sets your maximum time for media migration. There is going to be a problem though if you really need to stick with SCSI, since the transfer rates can't be handled off of a modern LTO drive.