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To add value, wouldn't a write-blocker need to be infallible, then *proven* to be infallible? (That is, proven to be as such, within the margin demonstrated by proving compliance with RTCA/DO-178B using Criticality Level 1).  [[User:John Crout|johnc]] 17:49, 28 December 2011 (PST)
 
To add value, wouldn't a write-blocker need to be infallible, then *proven* to be infallible? (That is, proven to be as such, within the margin demonstrated by proving compliance with RTCA/DO-178B using Criticality Level 1).  [[User:John Crout|johnc]] 17:49, 28 December 2011 (PST)
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The question may not be relevant to hardware solutions.  A schematic or data flow diagram would be helpful.  Many thanks to the folks who created this page.  [[User:John Crout|johnc]] 22:50, 28 December 2011 (PST)

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How are they more valuable than mount -o ro?

To add value, wouldn't a write-blocker need to be infallible, then *proven* to be infallible? (That is, proven to be as such, within the margin demonstrated by proving compliance with RTCA/DO-178B using Criticality Level 1). johnc 17:49, 28 December 2011 (PST)

The question may not be relevant to hardware solutions. A schematic or data flow diagram would be helpful. Many thanks to the folks who created this page. johnc 22:50, 28 December 2011 (PST)