OH YEA??? [was: Re: [rescue] Ultra?]
sjh at matrix.net
Sat Aug 3 02:05:24 CDT 2002
> OTOH, I can see a place for ID E drives, it's in RAID arrays. You build a
> cabinet, stick ten or twenty 200 gig drives in it, each on it's own dedicated
> channel, and run them through a big cached RAID Processor... and have it
> speak SCSI or FC-AL out the back so you can connect it to 'real' computers.
> you use fault-tolerant RAID setups so when the drives crap out, you can
> replace them (hot-swap) with equally cheap, filthy replacement drives and
> throw the old drives in the rubbish tip where they probably belonged in the
> first place.
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