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Some real life hard disk reliability statistics

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Here:

https://www.backblaz...ts-for-q2-2015/

 

The way the data is represented makes IMHO not much sense, but the "general trends" are nonetheless clear.

 

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Its interesting that Hitachi (powered by WD) disks are more reliable than WDs on their own.
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When talking about this, the classic Google study remains a cornerstone reference, despite having aged somewhat: Failure Trends in a Large Disk Drive Population.




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