SSD manufacturers quietly switching out components, 20TB non-SMR HDDs, the surprising side effects of killing the landline, ZFS snapshots when space is limited, and how Jim and Allan set up their systems and monitoring.
After quietly switching to slower NAND in an NVMe SSD, Western Digital promises to be a bit louder next time
Samsung seemingly caught swapping components in its 970 Evo Plus SSDs
Western Digital introduces new non-SMR 20TB HDDs with onboard NAND
Internet revamp for the humble landline
We were asked about how Jim and Allan set up their systems and monitoring, and how to deal with ZFS snapshots when space is limited.
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