Subject: Quantum Fireball 4GB drive.
To: None <current-users@NetBSD.ORG>
From: Computo Ergo Checksum <email@example.com>
Date: 06/06/1998 11:54:09
I have a quality question.
Quantum Fireball 4GB drives are going relatively cheaply these days ($300).
Not bad for narrow SCSI-2. I'd like to put one on my Sun as it's running
short of disk space. I figure I wouldn't have to get another drive anytime
soon after that.
I seem to recall, though, that they had something of a high failure rate...
or am I remembering something else?
Any recommendations? I need some disk space cheaply as I have rapidly filled
my /usr/X11/src and /usr/local directories :-)...
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