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    SubjectRe: Linux SATA RAID FAQ
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    On Thu, 12 Aug 2004 07:18:10 +0000, Michael Knigge wrote:
    > I don't care about RAID, but could you tell which S-ATA
    > Controller/Chipset is the best for Hot-Swap?

    Hi Michael,

    I think 3ware is the most stable right now, and has his own separate
    driver. It is even seen as a SCSI controller by linux, but has SATA or
    PATA disks.
    Maybe there are some others, but I heard this is stable right now, and
    hot-swapping is working on it.

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