"Did I mention, it's called GLOCK LEG simulator"
Legit, Receiver 2 in a nutshell: https://youtu.be/paxk_LPmdMI
Me: Okay, I'll just setup UrBackup for my more... "consumer" devices.
UrBackup: hold my TCP/IP. This is a windows client basically connecting over to a docker container on my NAS. We saturated a 1gig link. (I have a dual-1gig bond). Disks are maxed too, 100% utilization, 101 MiB/s, 4 member RAIDZ.
"Holy fuck" is about the most descriptive that I can get.
New #fountainPen in the collection: a Pilot Falcon, 14k gold nib (not gold plated), soft fine.
Officially the most expensive one I own now (at 3x the previous high-water mark), and somehow it's too light to seem anywhere near reasonable but... gold nib pen. Monkey see, monkey get.
So what those statistics mean in my case: there's about 114 MiB of blocks (multiple sectors here) that had some form of read error. An additional 52 GiB of disk space hasn't been read yet (from being skipped over because read error), meaning, at most, i have 52 GiB + 114 MiB unrecoverable data. 3.59 TiB have been successfully read and stored, from the total 3.64 TiB drive size.
Here's some visuals for the disk reads, from
ddrescues map file (list of "Block of lengh X, offset Y, is status Z")
P.S.: Could also wipe out metadata (covers, posters, NFO file) for media, but that can all be downloaded / rebuilt a lot easier than the entire media file itself.
And here's the current state of things: (I'll explain in a sec)
This is an example of why you do not set your contractor's fine structure such that they're penalized less for ripping through a fiber backhaul than they are for missing a deadline.
That's almost 11 hours downtime, on the dot.
That's 98.47% uptime this month. If it wasn't for knowing it wasn't their fault, I'd have said Mediacom should be ashamed to call this their "business class"
Software developer, Linux sysadmin, amateur analog photographer.
(And pointy cheese monster)
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