David Peverley pev at
Tue Feb 15 09:00:27 EST 2011

Hi Ricard,

Thats a good analysis ; I've dug around as a result and found an
interesting tech note from Micron at :

They classify NAND failures into various types ; Permanent Failures
and Temporary Failures, with the temporary failures being split into
"Program Disturb", "Read disturb", "Over-programming" and "Data loss"
- I won't paraphrase further here as the Micron document describes it
better than I ever could! :-)

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