Any recommendations on how miners should handle multiple disks in their miners? RAID, ZFS, etc?


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    Hey! Why here! I've thought about this a bit, and it depends on the amount of storage collateral you will put up for the data you are storing, if its a high amount, I would go with a RAID setup (personally prefer RAID10 as repair times on RAID5/6 kinda suck). But if you are a 'cheap' storage provider with low prices and low collateral, it may make sense just to store everything in a JBOD and eat the cost of the failures. Whatever you do, don't use RAID0 as a single disk failure pretty much loses all of your storage.


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    It shouldn't be a significant centralization risk. The costs of buying your own GPUs or starting a new outsourced proving service will be pretty low. Even if many people decide to use third-party provers, there should be a competitive and well-distributed market.

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    We're working really hard to reduce sealing and proving costs. We really want to support smaller miners, but not at the cost of security. It's always possible to make things faster and cheaper through later optimizations, but it's hard to make things more secure.

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    Why here! We will make this customizable, right now in lotus its set to some pretty big value. We might even make a special mode for 'filler storage', storage youre adding just for power that doesnt have any real deals associated with it.

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