On Wed, Mar 20, 2002 at 01:11:55AM +0000, Paul Kelly wrote:
> Rick Moen wrote:
> > But: May I ask, what specific hot-swap ATA hardware are you talking
> > about? Have you found some that actually functions as such on Linux
> > boxen -- in the real world -- and have proven reliable in actual service?
> 3ware have something that looks nice, but I've never seen it up close
apparently kc isn't just famous for jazz, they've got ide hot swap on
linux too. :)
there's a guy at the kansas city linux users group who got this running.
his review describes a raid setup, i'm wondering if he tried using it
as a backup disk where you plug the disk in, do the back up and then
yank the disk out - not using raid.
and i've cc'd mike, so maybe he can let us know?
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