On 10/19/11 09:31 AM, Tim Cook wrote:
I had and have redundant storage, it has *NEVER* automatically fixed
it. You're the first person I've heard that has had it automatically
I'm another, I have had many cases of ZFS fixing corrupted data on a
number of different pool configurations.
Per the page "or an unlikely series of events conspired to corrupt
multiple copies of a piece of data."
The only one I've seen where ZFS reported, but was unable to repair was
data corruption caused by bad memory. I haven't seen any of those since
adopting a "no ZFS without ECC" rule.
Their unlikely series of events, that goes unnamed, is not that
unlikely in my experience.
I would probably still be blissfully unaware of the corruption is I
wasn't using ZFS...
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