Mean Time to Meaningless: MTTDL, Markov Models, and Storage System Reliability

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Mean Time To Data Loss (MTTDL) has been the standard reliability metric in storage systems for more than 20 years. MTTDL represents a simple formula that can be used to compare the reliability of small disk arrays and to perform comparative trending analyses. The MTTDL metric is often misused, with egregious examples relying on the MTTDL to generate… (More)

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