mastodon gold account holder @kaniini@pleroma.site

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2019-01-11T01:55:18.003067Z

mastodon gold account holder @kaniini@pleroma.site

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Wasabi advertises 99.999999999% reliability. This is bullshit.

2019-01-11T01:55:46.828601Z

hacker teen puck

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@kaniini they don't though, but they have 99.999999999% durability. All they say about reliability is "The Wasabi infrastructure has been built using industry best practices for redundancy in data center design."

2019-01-11T01:59:34.363Z

mastodon gold account holder @kaniini@pleroma.site

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@puckipedia the landing page is misleading then. they just go on about eleven nines blah blah blah there. anyway, point is, wasabi sucks i'm sure you agree.
2019-01-11T02:02:06.559755Z

hacker teen puck

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@kaniini Assuming you mean this page, it seems to not specify that either, "Wasabi’s durability is 11 x 9s, the same as Amazon S3. To put that in context, if you stored 1 million 1 GB files in Wasabi, you would expect on average to lose one file every 659,000 years.". or well, that's my first reading. But yeah, i looked around and didn't even find the actual reliability. 99.9% seems +- the same as low S3 reliability tho, tho i assume amazon gets you above that usually. Wouldn't trust Wasabi with anything stably.

2019-01-11T02:05:45.313Z