• Can RAID 0 volume be deleted and re-added with no data loss?

    I have a Dell Precision 690 Workstation with an LSI Integrated RAID controller. I have a 2-disk RAID 0 (what LSI refers to as an IS or Integrated Striping) volume. Recently the motherboard was replaced (and the RAID controller is integrated onto the motherboard). Ever since the motherboard...

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  • RAID

    I currently have four 1 Terabyte HDD. I'm planning on setting up a RAID 1, however I would like to get more space. I researched RAID 5 and read plenty of negative opinions about it. I hate to waste so much space, but I can't take such a large risk for data loss. If anyone could recommend a happy...

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  • RAID configuration for Oracle database

    Presently we have a 9iOracle database sized at approximately 50MEG on an HP-UX 11.11 server on a SAN. Our software app vendor is telling us that we should have the database on RAID 10 for better performance. They have done benchmarking with DB sized at what ours will be in the future. (Multi...

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  • Best RAID for Database Server

    We have 70+ users connecting almost 125 machines to connect to an Intel 5000VSA 4dimm Board Server with 2 Xeon processors, 6 SATA (on-board RAID 0, 5 or 10), 1 IDE port. I want to put the best possible RAID with 200/250GB SATA drives, with Best Redundancy and Performance, irrespective of the cost....

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