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Re: [K12OSN] It's Good to be Back



On Wed, Dec 3, 2008 at 7:30 AM, j.w. thomas <jthomas bittware com> wrote:
>> Terrell Prudé Jr. wrote:  SCSI is definitely better.  But you will pay for
>> that, big time.  I've
>> found SATA to be quite a good compromise between bucks/GB and
>> performance, so SATA would be my recommendation.
>
>> Rob Owens wrote:
>> Personally I'd go with SATA.
>
> Peter Scheie wrote:
>>
>> I second (or is it third?) the idea of choosing SATA.  Use the savings to
>> buy a second drive to mirror (RAID 1).  It will probably still be cheaper
>> than SCSI.
>>
>
> OK - it looks like SATA is the unanimous recommendation.  Thanks for the
> advice!

if you go sata use the 10k rpm WD raptors for software raid 1.

>
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