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Old 14 March 2016, 13:18   #20
sigma63
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Originally Posted by thomas View Post
A BADB list on the RDF would let the driver avoid some blocks and replace it by other blocks. That's what the BADB list is for. The avoided blocks would not be bad, though. You could test BADB handling with it, but if it does not work, you would not get read errors like on a real disk but just read the "bad" blocks which aren't bad. You would have to store some data in the blocks which lets you identify the original blocks against the replacement blocks.
Thank you Thomas, this is exactly what i meant and what i want to test/play with
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