On July 11, paulj at alphyra.ie said:
>> Most host CPUs will be much faster than the embedded CPUs found on
> hardware RAID cards. Important for RAID5.
Not to doubt you or anything, but this is the second time you've
quoted this. I'm curious to know where it comes from. After all, it
seems to me that 99% of the point of having a hardware RAID card is so
that you can just fire data at it and let it worry what happens that
data w.r.t writing it to a disk array. Seems like this is a complete
waste of time and money if the data's going to be RAID'd in the host
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