Re: Can extremely high load cause disks to be kicked?

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On 6/1/2012 10:19 AM, Igor M Podlesny wrote:
> On 1 June 2012 22:12, Stan Hoeppner <stan@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> On 5/31/2012 10:15 PM, Igor M Podlesny wrote:
>>> On 1 June 2012 09:31, Stan Hoeppner <stan@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>>> […]
>>>> You could probably expect it to be more reliable if you used RAID as
>>>> it's meant to be used, which in this case would be a single RAID10 array
>>>> using none, or only one partition per disk, instead of creating 4 or 5
>>>> different md RAID arrays from 4-5 partitions on each disk.  This is
>>>> simply silly, and it's dangerous if doing so inside VMs.
>>>    — How do you know those RAIDs are inside VMs?
>> Those who speak English as a first language likely understood my use of
>    So you don't. Well, lemme remind some words of wisdom to you:
> "Assumption is the mother of all f*ckups". (Feel free to reverse it as
> you like), Stan.

Igor, you simply misunderstood what I stated.  I explained what likely
caused you to misunderstand.  I wasn't trying to insult you, or anyone
else who is not a native English speaker.

There's no reason for animosity over a simple misinterpretation of
language syntax.  Be proud that you speak and write/read English very
well.  I, on the other hand, cannot read/write/speak any Cyrillic
language, though I can recognize the characters of the alphabet as
Cyrillic.  In fact, I don't know any languages other than English, but
for some basic phrases in Spanish.  If I had to call for a doctor in
anything other than English I'd be in big trouble.

You're a better linguist than me, speaking at least two languages.  You
simply made a minor error in this case.  Can we be friends and move on,
or at least not be enemies?


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