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Andres Gonzalez gonzo at agoralabs.com
Thu Nov 8 14:22:40 MST 2007

> Don't use built-in support for RAID unless you are talking about a
> standard RAID controller card, like Adaptec MegaRAID or something
> that is a true hardware raid.  These motherboard chipset things are
> really just soft raid.
> Use Linux software raid.  It's reliable, it's fast, and works
> independent of some hardware chipset that may or may not be present
> other machines.

I am not familiar with software RAID on linux. Do you mean manually
using rsync to keep the 2 disks the same?  If not, it is a package I
Using software RAID and samba, will a single network drive be listed
as a samba share?



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