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Beyond the wear and tear on the HDDs I can't see any reason why this would be dangerous. I've never come across a EXT3/EXT4 parameter that limits the amount of times you can do this. There isn't any counter I've seen either. In looking through the output from tune2fs I see nothing that I would find alarming which would lead me to believe that performing ...
You can run inoticoming to watch for files placed in the directory and automatically run any command, in this case chattr. (note linux specific)
THIS ENDED UP BEING A HARDWARE ISSUE Switching to the new shielded cables did not help, but replacing the old card with this one: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B000NTM9SY did get rid of the error messages and the strange behavior. Will post something new if anything changes. IMPORTANT NOTE FOR SATA ENCLOSURES: Even after doing the above, any drive ...
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