Question: Do you need to be able to attest that the drives were wiped; i.e.
is there an audit/compliance requirement? If so, you need a tool that will
When that in mind I'd say 4 - Other. Off the top of my head:
pro version of DBAN.
is an appliance that does it. Probably not
cost-effective if this is a one-time deal.
3. Use a service that does certified erasure. Hardware recyclers usually
4. Encrypt the drives then delete the decryption key (get reporting from
the encryption tool).
On Wed, Mar 5, 2014 at 7:23 AM, DrFranken <midrange@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Agreed that this will indeed write a pattern of something, and I think
with an IBM i storage space (*OPEN) that it would probably fill the
thing with binary zeros. Thing is for a proper erase you need to be able
to write a pattern and then a different pattern and then yet a different
pattern etc. So with the NWSSTG you get no choice and thus only can
- Larry "DrFranken" Bolhuis
On 3/5/2014 7:16 AM, rob@xxxxxxxxx wrote:
I know it's not DOD but when you use CRTNWSSTG what does it write todisk?
To me that seems like a fast easy non programming way to fill disk.--
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