ZFS ready drives WAS: zfs performance degradation
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Sat Sep 26 04:06:09 UTC 2015
Are you buying OEM drives ? I have had no issues with either Seagate or HGST in terms of warranty work, but I _never_ but an OEM drive, I know those include no warranty.
I have yet to need to warranty a WD drive, so don't know that they're like.
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On Sep 25, 2015, at 18:32, Quartz <quartz at sneakertech.com> wrote:
>> once you take
>> the 5 year warranty in account.
> This assumes that the company in question will honorably honor the warranty. It's been our experience that they usually don't. I can't count you the number of times a drive manufacturer has pulled a fast one on a warranty replacement. WD is especially bad about this, they send back a cheaper drive than the original, a bottom-bin refurbished drive with twice the runtime/wear as the original that dies after a month (which mysteriously doesn't qualify for a warranty itself), or randomly insists we have to do a pay-and-reimburse replacement method then loses the records and never reimburses us.
> I understand that this is all anecdotal, but personally I don't find warranties worth the paper they're written on and never assume getting a functional replacement anymore. Long term it's cheaper to just buy a new drive outright than to waste employee time arguing over the phone for days. I buy exclusively based on ratings and reliability reports now.
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