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Old 09-03-2012, 03:48 AM   #15
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Originally Posted by Adoby View Post
If you keep the entire Calibre library in a RAM drive, then the risk for a corrupt database or damaged books should be minimal, even without a UPS.
I assume you mean because they wont even be there after a power down/fail

RAM Drives & Flash /Solid State Drives are not the same thing, the former loses everything when it loses power the latter two don't.

Or did Apple just patent RAM to mean something other than what it's been for 40+ years - watch out IBM, the Apple Patent Factory is going to sue you for having the temerity to invent RAM.

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