[linux-lvm] raid10 to raid what? - convert
Stuart D. Gathman
stuart at gathman.org
Wed Oct 18 13:33:30 UTC 2017
On Wed, 18 Oct 2017, Tanstaafl wrote:
>> and is not the same as raid1+0 (raid1 on top of raid0).
> Not according to everything I've ever read about it... for example:
>> But this is not certain as raid10 works perfectly well with 2 or 3
>> disks, including the redundancy.
> You must be talking about something else... RAID10 requires at least 4
> disks, and always an even number, although most RAID controllers support
> the designation of at least one hot spare (so it will auto-rebuild using
> the hot spare in the event of a failure). Been using this configuration
> in my 5 drive QNAP NAS's for along time.
Yep. Not talking about raid1+0
Linux raid10 really ought to be a "standard" - and effectively is.
I use it whenever I can (with only 2 disks I use raid1 so I can alias
the legs as non-raid).
Stuart D. Gathman <stuart at gathman.org>
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