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SubjectRe: scsi-destroyer.c to come...
David Luyer wrote:

> So what?
>
> It is _much_ easier to do "cat </dev/zero >/dev/sda"

You're missing the point. Your example simply zeros out the data space. What
Andre is talking about will actually damage the drive requiring you to ship it
to depot for repair. My guess is that most people will be buying a new drive
since either a) they didn't have a warantee or b) it is expired.

-d

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