On Thursday 28 March 2002 17:13, Nick Murtagh wrote:
> There are RAID configurations that support more than one failure, not
> supported by md though.
No, the md softRAID supports RAID1 with *multiple* mirrors, and RAID5
with any number of "spare" disks. Okay, RAID5 with spares won't save
you if you get two simultaneous failures, but RAID1 across more than
two disks should work. Not something I've tried, however.
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