I am not really a hardware guy myself (to that detail). Quite a
discussion on the midrange-l about this today. I don't think you can see
the first day of the month in the archives until some nightly maintenance
(or until you give David a nudge)
http://archive.midrange.com/midrange-l/index.htm

One snippet
<snip>
The original 70GB SSDs were SLCs as I recall. These were actually
128GB devices leaving significant capacity for re-maping worn out
areas.

The current 177GB SSDs are MLC devices. I don't have information on
the overcapacity of these devices but suspect perhaps 256GB is the
likely size.
</snip>

----Protected---
Unit Type Model Size %Used
91 58B0 109 52344 74.93%
92 58B0 109 52344 74.88%
93 58B0 109 52344 74.88%
94 58B0 109 52344 74.89%
That makes up one Raid5 parity set.

Rob Berendt

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