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RAID 10 (aka: raid 1/0, raid 1+0) disk technology: and would like to know if anybody use it in production machines (in case: which advantages with respect to RAID5?). We know and already have RAID on (not only) production systems but so far only RAID1 and RAID5 were advised by our consultants:...
I need to expand a 820gb raid5 array on my IBM X346 server. I have available slots in my EXP400. What's procedure on how to do this task. Want to add (if I can find new available SCSI drive) U320-3 146.8g 15k to the other 8 in the box (1 is hot spare)
I have a server with four drives and I want to install a raid 5 configuration Do i need to keep one disk at a different volume, not raid 5, to run the OS ?