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SubjectRe: Disk Corruption with ide hpt-366 controller & software raid5

On Mon, 13 Sep 1999, Tom Livingston wrote:

> I am encountering reproducible read time errors while reading from my
> existing RAID array with at least one disk running on a HPT-366 driven
> channel. This manifests itself as random errors... [...]

just to make sure wether this is a RAID5 problem, could you test a RAID0
setup with the same number and physical layout of disks? That way you can
simulate similar IO load, without the complexity of RAID5. RAID0 is simple
and long-tested enough to be trusted 100%.

-- mingo


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