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  1. Sticky: That's 20 bit errors total for all of those...

    That's 20 bit errors total for all of those arrays, yes? What drives? I assume they are all 10^15 drives?
  2. Sticky: Adding ICE ECC: ...

    Adding ICE ECC:

    http://www.ice-graphics.com/ICEECC/IndexE.html


    I find quickpar has a memory leak so I can no longer recommend it. ICE is great. It's the main app I use now for ECC data...
  3. Sticky: Added HashCheck Shell Extension to OP. Nice...

    Added HashCheck Shell Extension to OP.

    Nice little app.

    sha-1, md5, md4, crc-32
  4. Sticky: Yeah I guess I figured it was kind of understood...

    Yeah I guess I figured it was kind of understood parity data could be damaged too. So yeah, it's imperfect, but apart from the loss of both source and secondary back-up simultaneously, you should be...
  5. Sticky: Not sure. Several people have pointed it out on...

    Not sure. Several people have pointed it out on the quickpar forum so the developer(s) know about it. I find it's a minor limitation really, because I use quickpar with recovery on huge files mostly...
  6. Sticky: Anyone feel free to correct me. Source block...

    Anyone feel free to correct me.

    Source block count indicates how fine a grained breakdown you will take when looking at the source data. Recovery block count indicates the coverage of your...
  7. Sticky: It uses Reed-Solomon error correction. You can...

    It uses Reed-Solomon error correction. You can read up on it here:
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Reed-Solomon_error_correction

    More links on the Parchive format here:...
  8. Sticky: Quickpar can be used to actually repair bit...

    Quickpar can be used to actually repair bit errors in the files. So that app goes beyond simply checking.

    When I say "reduce" I mean long term protection from bit errors damaging data, allowing...
  9. Sticky: Applications and Resources for Bit Error Recovery in Stored Data

    I've seen several posts on this topic lately. I was thinking it might be useful for people to post up sources and resources related to this topic. Specifically applications (any OS) and techniques.
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