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Nothing that exciting unfortunately. We're just looking at our options for recording match data in real time.
Logging is great

I wouldn't recommend that you use a HDD though, if you can avoid it. We've been using mini 32GB flash drives plugged into the roboRIO, which are working out well.

HDDs are actual spinning disks, and won't handle a shock well. I would recommend some sort of solid state storage, like a flash drive or SSD.
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