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SubjectRe: Blockbusting news, this is important (Re: Why are bad disk sectors numbered strangely, and what happens to them?)
On Fri, Oct 17, 2003 at 01:53:01PM +0100, John Bradford wrote:
> I disagree - we haven't confirmed what happens in the error-on-write
> situation. If it does indeed always remap the block, then I'd agree
> that that aspect was perfectly sane.

My comments were based upon the information contained within the mail
which appeared to originate from the manufacturer.

Plus, they were in *PRIVATE*. Sheesh.

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