On Thu, Jun 15, 2000 at 01:02:41PM +0100, Paul Mc Auley mentioned:
> | Well, my instinctive reaction when someone mentions using IDE drives
> | is to scream "No! No! No! A thousand times No!". Buy some nice clean
> | SCSI drives instead.
>> ObNonSequitur: I remember when the "I" in RAID stood for "Inexpensive"...
>> Mind you, how you have an array of slave/master oriented drives is a little
> beyond me...
Each disk gets it's own IDE disk controller, which talks to the SCSI
electronics on the array.
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