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hopefully the OS can detect them and i can configure software raid configuration with the correct number of disks showing up in disk mgmt. If I understand this correctly my options to ensure data protection are: 1) Configure both systems as a management group/ cluster and use Network RAID10 thus cutting my total storage crjdriver, Nov 10, 2005 #13 crjdriver Moderator Joined: Jan 2, 2001 Messages: 35,146 I just checked the manual for your board and they do not label the sata ports very well. If so, that is the sil controller and you are trying to load the nvidia drivers; that is why it cannot find any drives. this contact form
RAID-0 is fragile (if any drive fails, the entire volume is lost). Personally I use RAID-6 (protects against two disk failures) and I backup my data. If the drives are set as single drive RAID 0's then the controller will manage the blocks. About Advertising Privacy Terms Help Sitemap Join millions of IT pros like you Log in to Spiceworks Reset community password Agree to Terms of Service Connect with Or Sign up with https://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1589801
So I'm back to RAID 0. I'm not too worried about being able to swap a dead drive, but I would like speed. Not a member? Join Date Sep 2010 Beans 58 Re: Raid question Just to confirm, mdadm will keep track of the drives used in the arrays no matter what letter they get assigned upon
Ubuntu Ubuntu Insights Planet Ubuntu Activity Page Please read before SSO login Advanced Search Forum The Ubuntu Forum Community Ubuntu Specialised Support Ubuntu Servers, Cloud and Juju Server Platforms [SOLVED] Raid Raid1 does not stop a virus or a bad driver install, etc. You could augment your local backup with one of those services - that might eliminate the nuisance of transporting drives off-site. The 1x373GB drive is most likely your RAID 1(2x400GB) that the OS is installed on.Thanks View this "Best Answer" in the replies below » 10 Replies Mace OP
The 8 TB SMR drives are a cost-effective backup mechanism. Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads Useful Searches Recent Posts More... Attached Files: RAID Explained.jpg File size: 47.2 KB Views: 52 JohnWill, Nov 3, 2005 #5 StumpedTechy Joined: Jul 7, 2004 Messages: 7,233 Raid 5 has always been my preference but this I've been reading up on it and I've come to realize that just having my setup in RAID 5 isn't enough protection and I need a proper backup.So I was wondering,
If I were to do that what would using something like RAID 0 be fine because I could just restore the files from the 8TB? anchor Mystic-Boa - RSS Feed Downloader (https://launchpad.net/mystic-boa) Linux Documentation (http://www.google.com/notebook/publi...zTSwoQtNGpob4i) Adv Reply October 8th, 2010 #3 tubaguy50035 View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Just Give Me the Beans! Solved! welcome all advices. 0 Tabasco OP Helpful Post Tim_G Jan 14, 2017 at 7:56 UTC You need to create 3 separate RAIDs. Do not use RAID 0.2x FLEX
with the silicon drivers it says i can only do RAID5 but i am short on HDD and i don't have the funds to get another right now. weblink less 1.8-inch drives and only 4 3.5-inch drives... crjdriver, Nov 3, 2005 #7 MrBojangles Thread Starter Joined: Feb 7, 2005 Messages: 92 Allright, thanks for the info guys. We hope you'll join the conversation by posting to an open topic or starting a new one.
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Thanks 0 Kudos The opinions expressed above are the personal opinions of the authors, not of Hewlett Packard Enterprise. I'm also not 100% sure on what RAID setup to have. What are your thoughts on using a HDD docking station and something like the Seagate Archive 8TB to backup the files and store them offsite?
crjdriver, Nov 9, 2005 #11 MrBojangles Thread Starter Joined: Feb 7, 2005 Messages: 92 I'm using the ASUS a8n-SLI Deluxe board, I have the RAID drivers on a floppy and when
help please. axis77, Nov 2, 2005 #3 Instantjunk Joined: Oct 7, 2004 Messages: 42 Like the others have said, it depends on what you want to do, raid 1 for reliability, raid 0 Advertisements do not imply our endorsement of that product or service. 中国 (汉语) Deutschland (Deutsch) España (Español) France (Français) Italia (Italiano) 日本 (日本語) United States (English) Twitter Facebook Youtube Downloads MyNETGEAR ekim68 replied Mar 7, 2017 at 1:18 AM Cool stuff on YouTube #2 ekim68 replied Mar 7, 2017 at 1:18 AM A-Z different places of the world poochee replied Mar 7,
Plan for a RAID array with fault tolerance. 1 Mace OP Bryan Doe Jan 14, 2017 at 4:01 UTC At the very least, if it allowed you to I have decided to go with RAID 0. If you need a single volume spanning all disks, then I'd go with XRAID single redundancy (either RAID-1 or RAID-5). So don't take my word for it, but it is on the internet, just required really deep searching.
any ideas? Adv Reply October 8th, 2010 #4 tubaguy50035 View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Just Give Me the Beans! GPU RAM CPU ROM Submit Challenge × Sign up with your email address Sign up and get started with the Daily Challenge! The 1x373GB drive is most likely your RAID 1(2x400GB) that the OS is installed on.Thanks 2 Tabasco OP Tim_G Jan 14, 2017 at 8:40 UTC That's a great
BTW I would still have another physical disk for backups / image files.