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In my personal experience, and that of my closest friends, we’ve had multiple Seagate failures, and few of my close friends these days will willingly buy Seagate.
The problem with personal experience is that it isn’t the same thing as hard, well-analyzed data. When we read consumer reviews and Seagate drives have similar complaints, then it triggers some beliefs. When overall review scores favor WD above Seagate, then it further strengthen your beliefs. When we read more technical reviews saying Seagate drives have high failure rates confirming our experience is not a fluke, then I would say their conclusions are probably right. Knowing which drives have which failure rates is therefore critical to any analysis, but you can’t glean that solely from reviews or online comments.
I have always had problems with Western Digital drives, so it complete agrees that you can not go with anecdotes. So, anecdotes are nice, but statistical scatter has fooled many a person, and caused many bad decisions. I can agree that this data set makes Seagate look like a very poor choice for BackBlaze’s applications. Hate it all you want but nobody has time to conduct a scientific experiment and running quantitative analysis on HDD failure rates.
I expect people to make decisions based on heuristics, past experiences, received advice, and personal bias.
I expect that only a handful of people will actually take the time to completely understand any complicated purchase decision, whether that decision concerns healthcare, cars, hard drives, or other computer components, and that the minority of people who actually invest in knowing the best answer will be those who have a personal interest or economic stake in doing so.
Regardless of where any given reader falls on that trend line, it’s *my* job to provide a comprehensive and thorough overview of any given topic I choose to write about in order to convey accurate information to the best of my knowledge on any given topic.
You’re quite right that very few people will read far enough down into the comment thread to see a post like this, and of those who do, plenty of them may agree with you instead of me.
Then you don’t understand the difference between a gut feeling and statistical analysis OR the fact that different workloads can produce drastically different failure rates. If you take an engine oil designed for tropical climates and try to run it in the Arctic, you’re going to have a very bad time. I had a conversation with BB today and they agree that the data they provide shouldn’t be taken as automatic gospel by consumers.
Of course backblaze says not to use this as gospel, they don’t want any legal liability.
Your points about their uses (cheap drives) serves to show how useful this is for consumers.
By the way, I think it’s more useful to present the info and let people decide for themselves.
If Segate sells the most hard drives, it will have the most failures even if its drives fail at the same rate as other HDDs. Of the 13 drives that failed within the warranty period and were replaced via RMA, 8 of those replaced drives have themselves already failed or were starting to fail. It would be nice to be able to tell true failures vs initially bad drives that just had to get to their failed portions to be an issue, etc.
I just shared in another reply that I bought 16x 3TB Seagate drives in June 2012 for a file server. I know that I often buy stuff from the Dell or Apple outlet stores because with them you get the same warranty as with new stuff. You may not buy them on purpose, but refurb equipment from the grey market creeps into every space. I have twice been shipped hardware from NewEgg that was supposed to be new, but wasn’t.
Years ago, Tiger Direct did this to me on three occasions within a year, at which point I stopped shopping there (this was more than 10 years ago).
I should note that in every case, the companies in question made good on the problem, but I came away with the impression that some supply chain mixing can be inevitable. One recommendation is to try to negotiate the pricing with some of these vendors – you would be surprised the savings you can get when you speak with a sales rep on the phone (u-haul may be an exception).
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The only difference is that a permit for the sidewalk will require a five-foot clearance on the sidewalk for other users, such as pedestrians and bicyclists. This information is typically locked up like Fort Knox, which is one reason why Backblaze’s ongoing storage reports have garnered widespread attention. Backblaze has redesigned its storage pods several times since it began gathering data in an attempt to limit vibration. Backblaze’s results seem to show a similar trend, regardless of the fact that they compared apples to pears.
But when a collective of people you know buying from various sources are saying the same thing, then it raises eye brows. I think you’ll agree with me that most people, including hardware reviewers, form associations.
Both forums are self-selecting; people show up far more to complain than they do to praise. I expect that some percentage of people facing a seemingly complicated decision will research a topic and that a smaller percentage of that percentage will research it thoroughly and accurately. Every oil you buy from a store has a viscosity that specifies what temperatures that oil is rated for. They use drives in production environments those drives weren’t built for, and that *does* matter to the long-term performance of hte product. And again — reports on drive failures from people who have experienced drive failures do not tell us which drives *actually* fail the most because there is no way to control for the varying drives that people purchase.
For years I felt that Western Digitals were more reliable than Seagates based on a slew of bad experiences with Seagate drives, and good experiences with WD. I have a 10 drive Raid-z3 setup, all running 2tb Seagate drives, in the 3 years the server has been running, I’ve lost 7 of the drives. I actually have an array of Seagate drives right now, but they all had to pass initial testing to make it into the array.
I stopped buying Seagate drives for my company’s storage servers even before these Backblaze reports came out.
We have vendors and channel partners from all the different manufacturers that we buy all the drives from.
It would stun me if *any* company completely avoids it, unless you’ve got a truck running directly from the factory to a company. We haven’t heard much about that, but that would definitely give us some frownie faces around the office. Instead of a traditional moving company who arrives at your home, packs everything onto a semi, drives across the country to your new home and unpacks it all for you – a POD is a self contained shipping container that you pack yourself with whatever you like.
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It may be a good idea to move all of the furniture out of the room, preferably out of the house, as this would prevent too much furniture building up inside. The connectors now provide data and power to individual drives via what appears to be 45x SFF-8482 connectors.
One can see the changes below but the storage pod now includes even fewer parts because of this. The HighPoint controllers are a novel solution but the general scarcity of the controller likely means that we will see a different solution in a newer generation.
One could certainly see this as getting much closer to a Sun Thumper competitor simply by changing the disk controllers and possibly using a SAS expander.
For his day job, Patrick is a management consultant focused in the technology industry and has worked with numerous large hardware and storage vendors in the Silicon Valley. All are made to perfectly match the materials and colours of the main tent and each pod zips into place to any side door (see diagram images for each tent). Most drive reliability studies are either small scale, take place over limited time scales, or refuse to reveal individual vendor ratings. The company has an admitted habit of sourcing the absolute cheapest drives it can find, which virtually guarantees that some of the products its stocking are going to be used or refurbished units. If I tell you that Manufacturer X makes four products, and three of them suck, you’ll probably think the fourth product is pretty likely to suck, too.
The reason the 75 GXP issue finally broke in the press, for example, was because a consistent group of readers *kept* complaining about dead drive after dead drive. The rest will simply go for the high level overview that they feel is most useful to their own decision-making process.
Later I did research finding many independent sources, both statistical and anecdotal, confirming that experience.
They tend to fail in close temporal proximity to each other, (I’ve lost 2 drives within 48 hours on TWO occasions now). However with Seagate’s rather crappy assembly plant and shipping, I went through more then a dozen drives to get 8 that would pass the test. With the slight exception of when we were “farming” but that accounts for less than 6% of our fleet, and the failures there mirror their results from similar drives that were purchased in bulk from our vendors! But given the grey market for parts facilitated by places like Ebay, I assume it’s passing common. Here are 5 simple tips that can help you save money on your moving expenses and even save some time.
Free moving boxes can be found at many retail stores, you usually only have to ask someone there and they will have a pile of them waiting to be thrown out. When you are ready they come and pick it up and ship it along with other PODs across the country and drop it off at your new home. Another great money saving alternative to bubble wrap is butcher paper – you can find this with the rest of the moving supplies at your local Lowes or Home Depot. While this may seem obvious, many of us end up paying more money to ship a box of items then it would cost to purchase them new again. If you reside in an EU member state besides UK, import VAT on this purchase is not recoverable.
Instead Backblaze uses new controllers to make the storage pods have fewer points of failure. This change means that Backblaze can get much more performance than it could in its previous design and the company notes RAID rebuild times have dropped by days. The previous dual power supply design was just to feed the power requirements of drives and system.
Of course, HighPoint may decide to start producing cards in quantity again in which case that may be an issue.
The goal of STH is simply to help users find some information about basic server building blocks. It’s possible that the vendors are selling us used drives, but there is no indication that that is the case. While packing for your move evaluate everything you before you pack it – have you not used it in the last year, will I ever use it again, can I buy a newer version for less than the shipping cost?
We decided to dissect the new build and discuss changes made in this fourth major iteration. Since Backblaze sent me a preview of their article, Amazon is the only etailer with the cards in stock for just under $700 each. Their entire system is designed to provide data consistency through RAID architecture, not through buying the most reliable hard drives. The added advantage is that you can leave the POD in storage and only have it delivered once you are ready.
Marvell SATA chips do have an interesting reputation in the forums in terms of reliability across OSes, but Backblaze has used them in the past with success in their environment.
U-haul also offers a POD style system that you can easily tow behind your own vehicle instead of renting a truck.



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