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SSDs are normally said to have short lifespans. But in recent years that has been proven wrong. Many web pages and forums have tried to figure how long they can last and I have taken it upon myself to figure this out as well. What I have found is that they can actually last very long. Your average ssd can last at least a petabyte or more without write amplification though most of the newer ones can last longer. The samsung 850 pro 1terabyte has been proven to last as long as 7 petabytes. Just to show you how much data this is I have calculated how much storage h.264 compressed video files take up and how many hours you could get under what most websites most as their “maximum possible terabytes written.”

3440x1440 Max videos written under warranty of 300 Terabytes written:



I kid you not that is literally over 17000 hours of 3440 by 1440p video. A lot longer than you thought?

4K max videos written under warranty of 300 Terabytes written:


Yeah 7650 hours under warranty.

This is a Samsung 850 Pro Endurance test below
http://packet.company/blog/

Sorry for the iffy english made this in 20 minutes:)

I will periodically update this forum.
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Yeah like you said, it's been a few years now that SSD lifespan has not been an issue.
Did you destroy a drive to do this test? Seems a shame!
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No, I am a math geek and was able to calculate on average how much you could do under warranty. I used a collection of pages and found that even old ssds such as the 840 evo can survive a petabyte. I use a 2 core computer with sata 3gb so I can't test it:D:)
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SSD endurance is a complete non-issue for most users.

However, I still wouldn't use them for recording raw video feeds or the like.
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All I am saying is that you can if you want to;)
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All I am saying is that you can if you want to;)

A decent surveillance system can write several petabytes per year (limiting recording with motion sensing is not always practical or wise, especially with outdoor cameras), as can recording/manipulating a lot of uncompressed video.

So, sure, you can, but if you write heavily, especially, if it's mostly sequential writes, you are still better off with HDD arrays.
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I think there are two different issues that need to be addressed: endurance VS retention.

Endurance for all practical purposes is good, very good especially with 3D MLC NAND.
Not so good if you're dealing with a small, planar TLC drive using cheap NAND.

Cold data retention on the other hand is something to be concerned about.

Let me repost what I wrote on Anandtech:
++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
Well I respond because one situation where you absolutely cannot use SSDs for is cold storage,
like offline archiving and cold redundancy (whole machines you keep offline as backup). Less so for online archiving.

http://www.dell.com/downloads/global/products/pvaul/en/Solid-State-Drive-FAQ-us.pdf

"Data retention is the timespan over which a ROM remains accurately readable. It is how long the cell would maintain its programmed state when the chip is not under power bias. Data retention is very sensitive to number of P/E cycle put on the flash cell and also dependent on external environment. High temperature tends to reduce retention duration. Number of read cycles performed can also degrade this retention."

The more enterprise oriented the drive gets, the worse its data retention rates are. In fact not only do PE cycles degrade retention, but also READs!

NAND Technology = Data Retention @ rated P/E cycle
SLC = 6 Months
eMLC = 3 months
MLC = 3 Months

planar TLC is even worse.

While the above is Dells published retention rates for their SSDs at max rated PE cycle, realize that it's not a binary situation as it continuously degrades. So it could be a few years. Nonetheless, cold storage is out of the question. So is read-oriented archiving over the very long term.

Consumers got a taste of the data rentention issue inherent in SSDs with the Samsung 840 EVO. The fix was to periodically rewrite old pages. But that only works if you plug the drive in.
++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

In addition, tempurature affects the retention rates. The hotter, the worse, and that's while on the shelf in storage!

JEDEC is supposed to guarantee a drive can retain data one year, but there have been reports that barely used drives have had issue when left unpowered.

This happened to some users for Crucial MX100 and MX200:
https://forums.anandtech.com/threads/crucial-mx100-lost-the-security-features.2482065/#post-38420962
"had a MX100 that I tucked away for about 8 months (unpowered, just to test data retention)"
lost its security settings and required a PSID revert.

Now one can give them the benefit of the doubt and assume the security keys could be on a different part of the drive that is not part of the data NAND. Still that does not bode well.

While there's speculation that it's a firmware bug, I personally don't think it is actually a firmware bug because why would it happen after leaving it unpowered? Using Samsung's 840 fix of refreshing old pages would not help either since that requires having the drive powered. Perhaps there will be a fix by firmware but I am guessing it would be working around the problem. The whole thing is symptomatic of a analog hardware issue.

Retention me reminds of (gas) car batteries and the need to occasionally start them and leave them running for a while to recharge the batteries.
Edited by npzeyer - 10/9/16 at 5:00am
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Originally Posted by npzeyer View Post

I think there are two different issues that need to be addressed: endurance VS retention.

Endurance for all practical purposes is good, very good especially with 3D MLC NAND.
Not so good if you're dealing with a small, planar TLC drive using cheap NAND.

Cold data retention on the other hand is something to be concerned about.

Let me repost what I wrote on Anandtech:
++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
Well I respond because one situation where you absolutely cannot use SSDs for is cold storage,
like offline archiving and cold redundancy (whole machines you keep offline as backup). Less so for online archiving.

http://www.dell.com/downloads/global/products/pvaul/en/Solid-State-Drive-FAQ-us.pdf

"Data retention is the timespan over which a ROM remains accurately readable. It is how long the cell would maintain its programmed state when the chip is not under power bias. Data retention is very sensitive to number of P/E cycle put on the flash cell and also dependent on external environment. High temperature tends to reduce retention duration. Number of read cycles performed can also degrade this retention."

The more enterprise oriented the drive gets, the worse its data retention rates are. In fact not only do PE cycles degrade retention, but also READs!

NAND Technology = Data Retention @ rated P/E cycle
SLC = 6 Months
eMLC = 3 months
MLC = 3 Months

planar TLC is even worse.

While the above is Dells published retention rates for their SSDs at max rated PE cycle, realize that it's not a binary situation as it continuously degrades. So it could be a few years. Nonetheless, cold storage is out of the question. So is read-oriented archiving over the very long term.

Consumers got a taste of the data rentention issue inherent in SSDs with the Samsung 840 EVO. The fix was to periodically rewrite old pages. But that only works if you plug the drive in.
++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

In addition, tempurature affects the retention rates. The hotter, the worse, and that's while on the shelf in storage!

JEDEC is supposed to guarantee a drive can retain data one year, but there have been reports that barely used drives have had issue when left unpowered.

This happened to some users for Crucial MX100 and MX200:
https://forums.anandtech.com/threads/crucial-mx100-lost-the-security-features.2482065/#post-38420962
"had a MX100 that I tucked away for about 8 months (unpowered, just to test data retention)"
lost its security settings and required a PSID revert.

Now one can give them the benefit of the doubt and assume the security keys could be on a different part of the drive that is not part of the data NAND. Still that does not bode well.

While there's speculation that it's a firmware bug, I personally don't think it is actually a firmware bug because why would it happen after leaving it unpowered? Using Samsung's 840 fix of refreshing old pages would not help either since that requires having the drive powered. Perhaps there will be a fix by firmware but I am guessing it would be working around the problem. The whole thing is symptomatic of a analog hardware issue.

Retention me reminds of (gas) car batteries and the need to occasionally start them and leave them running for a while to recharge the batteries.


No Data center on earth leaves their drives unplugged for 3 frigging months. This Dell paper (I know the guy who wrote it btw) only matters when doing cold (meaning not plugged in) transfers from one center to another. It never takes 3 months to get that done. At the most in a professional environment it should be no more than 2 weeks even for the large swaps.

Users might be a little different. I have never personally owned a drive that wasn't plugged in for 3 months, but maybe others have. Regardless, the drives are fantastic for almost every use. EVEN video encoding because the time saved is more than enough to make up for the money spent.
 
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Obviously I'm not talking about anything in active use, which includes active backup. However, if you have redundant machines that are used as backup (not backup storage, but emergency replacements) -- those are kept offline. Many institutions have such machines, PCs, servers, laptops, various systems kept offline in storage. What happens to SSDs that serve as boot drives or data drives?

Users fit into this situation, myself included. It is also worth putting out there since few know about it.

Hell, I doubt some small shops even know about. They'll install an image onto SSD and either keep the machine in storage or the SSD alone on the shelf (say the OEM installation image) to be quickly installed in customer machines.

Another situation are NAS systems like unRaid or homebrewed equivalent that automatically power down unused drives. In this case, it is less likely to be an issue than pure offline machines or cold storage, but the probability increases for data on those drives that are treated as archival since those will be powered down longer.

Oh and I just remembered there is a very big datacenter that does exactly this: Amazon. Amazon Glacier is a cold storage service. It takes up to a couple hours to retrieve your data. I'm sure it's not on SSD, but users who think to implement archival storage and sees the reliability of SSDs vs mechanical drives may mistakenly think SSDs are reliable for cold storage too.
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Users might be a little different. I have never personally owned a drive that wasn't plugged in for 3 months, but maybe others have.

I have at least a dozen drives that haven't been plugged in in three years, and at least a few that have data I may well use again that haven't been powered up in more than ten.
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Regardless, the drives are fantastic for almost every use. EVEN video encoding because the time saved is more than enough to make up for the money spent.

A scratch drive for heavy video editing is one thing, but drives for basic recording, storage, or archival don't need the performance an SSD provides.
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Intel 600p 256GB NVMe 2x HGST Travelstar 7k1000 1TB Corsair H55 (temporary) Windows Server 2016 Datacenter 
PowerCase
Seasonic SS-860XP2 Corsair Carbide Air 540 
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