• RAID error message

    What does this RAID error message mean: Enclosure management for controller 0 not supported which appear when I try a stand-by mode?

    jiembe5 pointsBadges:
  • Why isn’t RAID a backup?

    I apologize if this is a dumb question but I was having a conversation with my friend about backups and he told me that RAID is not a backup. Is that true? What would be the difference between redundancy and a backup? Thanks!

    ITKE357,140 pointsBadges:
  • Should I use RAID on my backup server?

    I've been setting up a new backup server (using Symantec Backup Exec so that it stores hard disks instead of tape). This is because the size of our backup is outgrowing our tape capacity. But here's my question: Should I use RAID for the backup server? Thank you

    ITKE357,140 pointsBadges:
  • Is there any advantage to using RAID with SSD?

    We have a pretty good idea of how to apply RAID to spinning disks, and can appreciate the different kinds: RAID 0,1,5,6,10=1+0. I was recently at a presentation where a large document repository was being built exclusively with SSD, and no one had any comment on RAID. Do we have a good...

    JuhanLeemet15 pointsBadges:
  • RAID level comparison: data protection vs. redundancy

    With respect to the tradeoff between redundancy vs. data protection, what recommendations can you make on RAID levels? Is it completely dependent on the environment, or are there clear advantages to using a RAID 5 over RAID 3, etc.?

    ITKE357,140 pointsBadges:
  • CentOS Software RAID hard disk isn’t booting

    My Centos RAID 1 newly added hard disk not booting in separate after synchronization of Data. I have created the RAID 1 device and made one of the device as failed and after that I have added the new hard disk with the machine and synchronisation went properly but the OS boots only when two hard...

    Shiva195 pointsBadges:
  • What is RAID?

    What exactly is RAID? How does it work or process? Where is it used?

    raiddescription5 pointsBadges:
  • Running CHKDSK on a RAID array

    Thoughts on running CHKDSK on a RAID array?

    jseyboy5 pointsBadges:
  • Stardom SohoRAID SR2

    I need to replace my RAID- I want the same Stardom SohoRAID SR2. I just can't find a place to purchase. any help with this? I live in the US- South Carolina. The company is in Taiwan! Their site does not help on where to purchase or prices.

    Devorah5 pointsBadges:
  • Creating Raid 1+0, I only see 1 or 0

    How can I create a raid 10? From the adapters bios (perc4) I only see raid 1 or 0. Does this mean my card or drives do no support the option?

    Karl Gechlik9,860 pointsBadges:
  • What type of Raid to use on Windows Servers and tempdbs?

    I have a SQL Server with eight disks, and I am not sure if I should use Raid 10 twice, one for Windows Server 2003 with NDFs and the other for the log file and tempdb, or apply Raid 1 for the Windows Server, Raid 10 for the NDF and MDF, and Raid 1 again for the tempdb and log. What would you...

    SQL Server Ask the Experts2,585 pointsBadges:
  • Windows Server 2008 RAID

    Hi, My Self Kamal. I have installed & configured Windows Server 2008 AD on Single HDD. My Server model is CISCO R210 M2. Now I'm plan to insert Second HHD in same server. I need RAID 1, for this what can I do? Do I RAID the server. What about Windows 2008? Will its loss or same replicate to...

    kamaldevulapally5 pointsBadges:
  • Question about RAID 1

    I have a server with a RAID-1 array with 2 36 gig hard drives. I am wondering could I get another 2 hard drives and add them to the array, and then extend some already partitioned space without formatting?

    Natethegreat0 pointsBadges:
  • 2763 i/o RAID controller replacement battery

    I need to replace the battery in 2763-001 RAID Controller Unit. The question is: What is the exact procedure to do that? Shutdown the machine is enough to extract the card and replace the battery or is it necessary to recreate the RAID?

    as400info5 pointsBadges:
  • How many types of RAID are available?

    What is RAID and how many types of RAID are available in the current machine and what is what is the difference between RAID 0, RAID 1, RAID 5, etc.

    Parixit5 pointsBadges:
  • Punctured Stripe on RAID 5 Array

    We have been having massive problems with a storage array (Dell md3000i). The issue has been escalated to the highest levels of Tech Support, at which point they advised us that we have a "punctured stripe" on our array. The prescribed resolution is to vacate, wipe-out and re-build the array, then...

    ITKE357,140 pointsBadges:
  • Windows 2003 Enterprise server not seeing new HDrives

    Hi there. We have a windows 2003 server here in the office that we just put 4 new 34.6gb HDs in for a total of 6. The drives are running RAID 5. When we first put them in the HP system management software the admin uses to track the RAID arrays and what not had the new ones listed as in Logical...

    Mobojo20 pointsBadges:
  • What fault tolerance does RAID offer?

    What is fault tolerance and RAID 5? And what does RAID 1 offer for fault tolerance?

    Dfv5 pointsBadges:
  • How to configure RAID 5

    I just want to know how to configure RAID 5? I don't have knowledge about RAID. I'm not sure why it's used so can you please give me knowledge from top to bottom.

    Admire5 pointsBadges:
  • 3 bit parity

    I was just reading about parity on searchstorage.techtarget.com and have a question about 3 bit parity vs. 1 bit parity. I understand the setting to 0 for an even # of bits and setting to 1 for an odd #. Doesn't seem very reliable because you could lose 2 bits in data transmission. Just wondering...

    Bdpowell25 pointsBadges:

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