On Wednesday 29 June 2005 13:53, Niall O Broin wrote:
> Slightly different thing though. A major point of using RAID disks is
> not reliability but data security. If your raid controller dies, your
> data becomes unavailable, but the same is true of e.g. your CPU, your
> motherboard etc.
I suppose in principal a dodgy raid controller could start writing bad data to
the disks. Never heard of it happening though.
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