On Fri, 2006-05-26 at 13:30 +0100, Paul Mc Auley wrote:
> On Fri, 26 May 2006 07:58:55 +0100 Declan Moriarty wrote:
>> [Dell server]
>> | Where does a lad buy this sort of kit - the scsi card/disk particularly?
> | What is raid 0 when it is at home? Can disks, for example, be got in
> | Limerick, or Cork?
>> RAID-0 is striped data, no redundancy. Generally done for performance.
Thanks, I found the definition, and it makes sense, given the
application. Hard on the disks, I daresay.
Google likes you to say define: <search expression>
>> If it's a Dell server, my first inclination is to say talk to Dell for the
> parts, SCSI disks are sufficiently exotic these days that it'd be more
> trouble than it's worth to try and source something externally.
It is a bit weird, all right. Even Dell said it was weird, but someone
gave them the spec, and they built it.
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