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Synology Blog How data scrubbing protects against data corruption

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Synology Blog How data scrubbing protects against data corruption

Small steps to big protection for your storage Data scrubbing, as the name suggests, is a process of inspecting volumes and modifying the detected inconsistencies. As times goes by, some data may fall victim to slow degradation that gradually deteriorates data integrity. Worse still, they occur silently without any warning. Take photos as an example. […]

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