CERC SATA RAID DRIVER
Do not expressly advertise your product. Raid 10 might make Kerio perform better though. So you want to be a sysadmin? Submit a new text post. This is a Jack of All Trades server. I worked at one of the largest privately held hosting companies in the world for several years.
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Of course, you need to go with Enterprise drives.
The users don’t complain about performance currently, I was just thinking it would be nice to get some performance out of the upgrade. With that time and experience, I can honestly tell you that RAID 10 works best in an “always-on” server situation.
[ubuntu] Install problems on Adaptec sa/Dell CERC SATA RAID card
Raid 10 might make Kerio perform better though. The drives all show up fine in the onboard utility, and the array is in an optimal state.
I’d like to replace the aging drives in the RAID 5 array with some modern enterprise drives and add in at least one hot spare. July 25th, 1.
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Do ssata expressly advertise your product. Obviously some less than ideal things going on here, no hot spare, backing up to a consumer drive, etc.
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As long as you keep on top of your RAID monitoring, this should give you plenty of speed, and security. Raid 10 will definitely get you more disk performance, but even then the users might not notice considering it isn’t much more than a file server.
Looking for some advice on to how best improve fault tolerance and possibly disk performance in this oldish Dell PowerEdge Thinking about it more critically, it would be adding more complexity than it’s worth.
I wouldn’t want to run without a hot spare. My goal is to provide a few days of safety should rwid drive die and I’m unable to get on site within 24 hours.
CERC controllers are nice, but pretty out of date. Now I’m wondering if I should just go back to Windows with it, since it doesn’t look like this hardware is supported by Ubuntu. The time now is Also, isn’t RAID 10 only tolerant of two drive losses provided you don’t lose two drives on the same mirror. Boiled down, it essentially provides Word and Excel documents to 20 people with maybe emails total per day.
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A lot of people skip that option, because they don’t like the idea of paying for a disk that doesn’t add to their total usable space. I worked at one of the largest privately held hosting companies in the world for several years. Any ideas on how I might be able to get Ubuntu installed on this thing? Ubuntu Rxid Code of Conduct.
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