All three drives have the same seek error rate too high.
No smart errors reported prior to resilvering.
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And now a third??? I'm starting to think it might not be the drives.
So far, I have 3 drives from a batch of 10 giving me a "FIRMWARE IMPENDING FAILURE SEEK ERROR RATE TOO HIGH" during resilvering.
Thats too much of a coincidence to me. I got another 3 so far operating fine without errors and...
Looks like a scam to me:
I bought a $30, 21TB SSDs From Wish.com and Got A Sophisticated Scam Instead - YouTube
According to the pictures in the listing, they're solivid drives, not Solid State Drives :rolleyes:
Looking at the rest of the seller listings is funny. All 1tb SSDs with pictures of...
Too bad about the coupon, I was hoping to get some more later. Bought 3 of them with the 15% coupon.
Just finished testing, chucking, and installing them last night. Got 5 total in a ZFS Z2 array.
About the chucked adapters, they've worked for pretty much any drive I've put in them. The...
As Samir mentioned, if you fully test them prior to storing them, I can't really see them experiencing issues being stored for two years. Mine were stored between six and seven years and of various ages. I always store them horizontally.
I think it does matter. All my drives were in good working condition when they were stored in the cabinet. After letting them sit for a couple of years, some exhibited issues regardless of if they had data or not. One of these only had about two thousand hours of use.
I believe it is possible...
I usually do leave various spares on hand at work in case they're needed, but only after verifying the drives are healthy and never beyond their warrantied date. They usually get used before that happens though.
Personal unscientific experience for me at home though:
I have a moderate number...
Yep, I know what you mean. But when you get to a point where you have your own personal musem of hundreds of drives with a variety of interfaces, sizes, makes and models, you have no choice but to recycle them at some point.
For most of my drives I do a full run of badblocks on my drives before...