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Hard drive replacements – cost perspective

So if I have a 4x8tb with backups that I usually use 4 hours per day. Do I expect that these will be break down in how many years? Should I only hoard data that I will use frequently? Consequently, if I will then only use limited of hard drives space that will save me money in case I need to buy another set of drives when the old batch breaks.

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  1. Drives die at any time for any reason. Doesn’t mater if used 24/7 or ten minutes a day. If you want to have a cold spare on hand for that inevitable day, not a bad idea.

    Use them until they die or need to be replaced by higher capacity for space and/or power consumption reasons.

    There is no rule to hoarding, lol. You do what you want to do.

  2. I would budget to replace in about 5 years, with the exception they will last much longer and storage will also half in cost per TB every 5 years.

    (Also add a backup policy to your budget)

  3. *So if I have a 4x8tb with backups that I usually use 4 hours per day. Do I expect that these will be break down in how many years?*

    No direct correlation between hours of use and lifespan. The warranty is some indication of expected longevity based on extensive research including the likelihood of a percentage of failed drives returned during that period. My rule of thumb is to expect a drive to last as long as the warranty and anything beyond that is a bonus.

    Treat every drive as it will fail at any time. t’s not a matter of IF it will fail, but when, which is the great unknowable.

    Thumbs up for having a backup. Two thumbs up if you have two or more backups!

  4. *Should I only hoard data that I will use frequently?*

    Ahhh…an interesting question. Is it hoarding if your collection is practical? Two thumbs up to you if you’re able to only keep what you’ll actually use.

    *2 psychology : the compulsion to continually accumulate a variety of items that are often considered useless or worthless by others accompanied by an inability to discard the items without great distress*

    [https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/hoarding](https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/hoarding)

  5. You’d need to get the exact model number and lookup the mean time to failure stat on their website. My guess a long time 10+ yrs.