You might want to find out why. You probably are not doing it right. Tape may not be perfect, but its better than anything else long term for high capacity (Paper is better for ruggedness and lifetime, but wont work for 20TB).
The benefits of tape are:
Data will probably last 30 years (I have read 30 YO tapes myself) HD interfaces go out of fashion every few years.
You can have a pool of tapes, and recycle them when you no longer need the data.
Tapes will survive serious abuse. (A lot more than HDs anyway) definitely included the back of a station wagon (except in tropical climates).
You can use Amanda, Bacula or tar for free. (I recommend tar if you want to keep the data for 30 years).
Of course, you might want to make more than one copy of your data. https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B006K1FSKA
Because they are Apple. No other reason needed.
(Also using OBSD on Sparc64 servers)
Or perhaps not. The results could cause serious depression.
Get off my lawn
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It is because if one party talks louder, the other party assumes thst more volume is required and an increases his volume too - result: positive feedback (procedure works in absense of phone).
When one party talks so loud that the microphone is overloaded, the other absolutely screams to blot out the distortion!
This is well documented in the annals.
Actually, I seem to recall that they did. In about 1970, there was a fashion for hammers with metal handles coated in rubber. They looked very shiney. Unfortunately, the metal handles were prone to fatigue failure where they joined the head - unlike wooden handles which have a modcum of spring in them, and the rubber grip made your hands sweat, so they tended to slip from your hand and drop on your foot.
Windows 8 is not the worlds first update disaster (think of New Coca-Cola)
OTOH, if you bought HP, you are already stuffed.