Alien Bob's Blog & Mr. Workman's site appear to be Off-line.
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They are all the same machine. According to rob0 in #slackbuilds they are aware of it and working on the problem, "Two hard drives in a RAID array died. Stuff that was on the array is being copied to another drive which has room."
When companies tier reliability into categories I am extremely dubious. Corporate culture is pervasive. If one product is allowed to have poor quality that tends to affect all the other products. I purposely avoid Western Digital and Seagate disk drives. I've had better luck with Samsung and Hitachi.