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SubjectRe: RAID-5 design bug (or misfeature)
In article <> you wrote:
> I think Linux should stop accessing all disks in RAID-5 array if two disks
> fail and not write "this array is dead" in superblocks on remaining disks,
> efficiently destroying the whole array.

I agree with you, however it is a pretty damned stupid idea to use raid-5
for a root disk (I was about to say it is not a good idea to use raid-5 on
linux at all :)

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