My 386 laptop HD is dead. The solution: an IDE to CF adapter
alexandre-listas at e-secure.com.br
Sat Jan 20 09:11:00 CST 2007
> What's the life expectancy of a CF card used as a primary hard drive,
> for say, a mailserver?
Low, very low.
Remember: You have a hundred thousand or so recordings in each byte of
the card. It has a special mechanism to "distribute wear" but it will come
to an end someday. And when you say about no-flash-oriented software, you
are talking about a lot of writes. And it wears FAST!
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