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SubjectRe: IDE RAID Hardware Advice
On Wed, Apr 04, 2001 at 10:03:59AM -0400, John Kodis wrote:
> I'll be assembling a terabyte of IDE RAID network attached storage,
> and was looking for some advice on:
>
> - best supported and most reliable multi-channel IDE controller;

See http://www.linux-ide.org/chipsets.html . (3Ware controllers are the
only supported IDE RAID controller)

> - best supported and most reliable NFS implementation;
>
> - any other random advise about things to do or not do in setting up
> this type of system.

Don't use an NFS exported reiserfs filesystem. (see this mailing list
archive).


Erik

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