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Re: [vox-tech] More RAID Stuff
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Re: [vox-tech] More RAID Stuff

On Tue, Feb 13, 2001 at 08:35:10PM -0800, Patrick B. Lickiss wrote:
> Hey everyone:
>     With all this talk about RAID arrays I had a quick question.  Promise
> Technologies (www.promise.com) makes an EIDE RAID controller call the
> SuperTrak 66 (also produced as an ATA100 version the SuperTrak 100).  Anyone
> know if Linux supports this card?  Also, should I even bother with an IDE

I believe so, but the prefered card seems to the the 3ware, www.3ware.com

> RAID array or just spend the extra bucks to do SCSI?

SCSI costs MUCH more, performance gain is minimal to nill.

Instead of paying $7.5k for 8 36 GB disks I spent $4k ish
for 8 60 GB eides, dual PIII-866, 1GB ram, and a server case.

Kinda nice to get a free dual PIII-866 + 1 GB ram +
rackmount case for the diff....

>  Lastly, how well does
> Linux support RAID level 5? 

Great, been using it for >500 days so far.

> Anyway, thanks for your time.
> Patrick

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