Thanks for all the replies in this thread, one final question about
fault resistance on file system formats against block errors on the
same physical disk. Is there no fsutil parameter when creating say ext
file systems or any other non-complicated file system these days that
for example would in their most simple for write two bytes instead of
just one for every byte or similar foolish ideas I can come up with
just right now. Two bytes consecutively or two bytes even randomly
placed on the physical disk (but then you would need some kind of
look-up map or directory for that again I guess). You get the idea.
Filesystem tweak or fine tuning for writing redundancy onto this disk
for better block error resiliency. Thanks for any hints and ideas.
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