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That's great to know. Thank you. The stuff in your 3rd paragraph is something I have always tried to do, but it largely depended on the largely reliable single node instances. I tend to (currently) handle single disk failures with master-slave configs locally, and it has worked at my volumes to date, but I am trying to learn how to grow without getting increasingly (too) complicated or even more brittle.





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