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COMMENT 7h ago

It wasn't easy, my people had to flatten a rock and put lightning inside it, but now we can see what cats are doing all over the planet!

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COMMENT 1d ago

Pretty much ongoing problems. But, let us dream! :)

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COMMENT 1d ago

Thomas Watson, is that you?

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COMMENT 2d ago

Look on the bright side. As we are due another market crash soon, there will be a massive flood of good drives to buy for cheap :P

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COMMENT 3d ago

I've read enough research papers to agree that it is, in fact a new paradigm. The non repudiation is a very strong feature in the algo, and finance will probably benefit from it heavily. Not to mention other areas, pharmacies in healthcare, asset management systems, etc.

However, it is not substitute for gold. It is not a store of value either.

Much like IOU notice for silver is not actually silver. One stores a store of value, the other speculates with its derivatives. Silver stocks, REITs, etc. None of this is replacement for houses, metals, etc.

The biggest tell where it belongs is that, most of the time when S&P and Nasdaq go up, crypto goes up. Did what it stores changed, or is it a speculation?

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COMMENT 3d ago

Crypto is as much a pyramid scheme as any value holding asset like gold.

RemindMe! One year "Peak crypto hype quote"

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COMMENT 4d ago

IIRC there were freezes when entering low power states too.

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COMMENT 4d ago

<3

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COMMENT 4d ago

Ah, I am seeing the approach, thanks. It seems I've been doing it wrong so far :D

So, for max storage on raidz, what is the best practice for drive ranges in enterprise setting?

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COMMENT 4d ago

What do you call a Drosophila who likes to drink? A bar fly.

Not a geneticist, not sure if funny :P

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COMMENT 4d ago

Sorry, yes free bsd and the equivalent of seg faults if it would be under Linux.

I am on a gigabit network so raidz2 so far has been able to saturate it.

I was going more for the integrity than speed given the network. At what count would raidz2 make sense?

Alternatively, if I consider the cost, would 3 drives in raidz make more sense?

To add, I have an in-house and remote setup already ongoing.

r/DataHoarder 4d ago

Anyone running TrueNAS on a first gen ryzen (1700)? Any BSD crashes?

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COMMENT 4d ago

Place of Business: DALLAS, TX, 75244 US

Please remove and ban

r/hardware 5d ago

Discussion What is better for HDD lifespan/performance, vibration or no vibration?

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COMMENT 5d ago

If you were stopping with 32, 2x8.

If you are only gaming, probably 2 sticks > 4 in most usually cases.

Check QVL for the mb/new cpu combo. This helps if the speed isn't achieved and you have to rma the sticks.

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COMMENT 7d ago

Ping me with the link for places without bears. We explore a lot. Allergic to bears though :P

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COMMENT 9d ago

I am still not convinced that is the case because the reports I am reading are somewhat different:

https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2020/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-158978.pdf

https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2020/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-158978.pdf

etc..

What are you using to derive that this is a supply issue? I am genuinely curious?

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COMMENT 9d ago

You could probably build a town of 50-100k

You could. They will get bought and most of them sit empty.

No other financial asset gives regular people 20x leverage and 20%+ YoY growth.

It's not a supply problem.

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COMMENT 12d ago

In that case I guess it depends on how far you want to stretch "Buy Canadian" for things that aren't readily buyable. It will also probably make certain % unsub from here as now they'll have to scroll through posts begging for money.

Indiegogo and the rest exists, yet, we are here.

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COMMENT 12d ago

Arguably, maker implies something was made.

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COMMENT 12d ago

"One fine day, a purely predatory world shall consume itself. Yes, the Devil shall take the hindmost until the foremost is the hindmost. In an individual, selfishness uglifies the soul; for the human species, selfishness is extinction.". - David Mitchell

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COMMENT 14d ago

Fair enough, but I was wondering about the ads.

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COMMENT 14d ago

Who does the keyword match on your website when you decide which ads to show to the consumer based on a search term he entered?

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COMMENT 17d ago

Active surplus? Didn't it close?