On Wed, 23 Mar 2005 09:24:33 -0800, Rick Moen <rick at linuxmafia.com> wrote:
> And, no, the HighPoint 1820A and Promise SATA150 TX4 cards don't have
> the "same performance" as real hardware RAID: Only the XOR logic is
> handled by a dedicated chip. All other RAID logic is offloaded to the
> system CPU and OS.
Right, that sums it up, for proper hardware, i should still look for
these *cough* expensive 3ware cards.
To push the flam^[C debate a bit further, has anyone heard of proper
hardware cards for linux/bsd announced on Serial ATA 2 specs ?
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