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

Not his SCSI one. That was just a format disk. Andre is trying to make
something out of nothing new or surprising in the SCSI case.

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