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SubjectRe: DE and hot-swap disk caddies
On Wed, Mar 27, 2002 at 04:27:18PM -0800, Andre Hedrick wrote:
> It requires more than what the average joe OS can do on its own.
Not to be a nay-sayer, or even argue, I jsut wonder what the present
hot swappable IDE raid devices are doing?

Are these built with all the necessary electronics, or are they just
rolling the dice?

I realise the OS only knows about the scsi interface to these, but they
would appear to provide hot swappable IDE disks, albeit, using a scsi
communication to the controller.


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