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jgreco at ns.sol.net
Sun Apr 15 21:00:48 CDT 2012
> >> And silent memory corruption can make its way to the filesystem, or
> >> applications' internal saved data structures (such as the contents
> >> of a VM's registry database).
> > Since we don't hear about Mac mini server users screaming about how
> > their servers are constantly crashing, the severity and frequency of
> > memory corruption events may not be anywhere near what you suggest.
> ECC is an absolute MUST. Case closed-
> unless you like corrupt encryption keys that blow away an entire volume.
You might want to go tell that to all those Mac users who have full
Joe Greco - sol.net Network Services - Milwaukee, WI - http://www.sol.net
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