jafo at tummy.com
Sun May 28 01:50:51 MDT 2006
On Fri, May 19, 2006 at 11:30:50PM -0600, Daniel Webb wrote:
>I assume you don't have to unmount to do that right? It sounds to me like you
>never have to unmount it except to reboot, which is another thing I don't like
No, you can do it while it's mounted.
>with it taking a week, I just want those features! 16 hours is faster than I
>would have expected for a TB of checksum verification that includes everything.
Except for when it gets part way through and restarts the scan. I pushed
it up to around 1.3TB of data and now it's not seeming to be able to
successfully complete a scan. I'll probably try the newer OS at some point
when I have the time to spend upgrading the box. Sounds like it may be
getting a lot better soon.
Problem with Closed Source Software #101: "We have found 46 ways to
remotely crash NT by sending authentication packets."
Sean Reifschneider, Member of Technical Staff <jafo at tummy.com>
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