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RE: [K12OSN] Knowledge turned crisis

This is not an answer to your question, but I was in my local Staples yesterday and they had a Maxtor IDE 200GB, 7200 rpm, 8MB cache drive for $99.  Here's a link to a 12% off deal they're having, too (in-store only).  I had to show this to the cashier, because she wasn't aware of it.  http://www.staplescentral.com/customerAppreciation/images/04_CustomerAppCard.pdf


 --- On Thu 12/02, Liam Marshall < lsrpm mts net > wrote:
From: Liam Marshall [mailto: lsrpm mts net]
To: k12osn redhat com
Date: Thu, 02 Dec 2004 14:49:45 -0600
Subject: [K12OSN] Knowledge turned crisis

I started out asking a week or so ago about eide drives with raid <br>configuration question out of curiosity for future expenditure. <br><br>This morning as I was teaching a lesson the server let out a weird, <br>mechanical noise albiet only for a few seconds.<br><br>I was not concerned about the lack of redundancy in the data, but now I <br>am.  It was probably nothing, but My academic questions about the best <br>configuration suddenly seem more practical.<br><br>I gather that many of you have a problem with the Promise raid <br>controllers.  I also see that alot seem to favour the 3ware <br>controllers.  I feel I need to get a solution in place soon, probably <br>over the Christmas holidays.<br><br>So, in a nutshell:<br><br>anything wrong with 4 - 80 GB 7200rpm EIDE drives with 8Mb cache running <br>on a raid controller(as yet to be determined) in a configuration like 1 <br>+ 0 or 0 + 1?  This gets me effectively 80GB capacity and redundancy <br>with the ability to withs!
tand 2 drives dying, right?<br><br>this would get me, correct me if I am wrong, both redundancy and some <br>performance increase, yes?<br><br>old drives, with no redundancy, are old smallscsi drives of 5400 rpm <br>speed on old controller<br><br><br>_______________________________________________<br>K12OSN mailing list<br>K12OSN redhat com<br>https://www.redhat.com/mailman/listinfo/k12osn<br>For more info see <http://www.k12os.org><br>

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