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Re: filmscanners: scanning/photoshop workstation (long)



I like RAID10 , i.e. mirroring and striping, because you can still use 
cheap IDE RAID controllers but get similar reliability to a RAID5 array at 
the cost of one more cheap drive.

I've just built my current most powerful box with a RAID 10 array of four 
30 Gig drives , giving 60 Gig of reliable storage for 450 which is 
comparable to the cost of just one smaller SCSI disc.

You may realise I no longer regard a CD-R as _big_! I use 30 Gig drives in 
removable carriers as my main backup medium now - they cost only slightly 
more than a 1G Jaz cartridge...

ross@cgl.ucsf.edu (Bill Ross) wrote:

> I would just use raid0 for workspace, i.e. on the order
> of 2-4 fast ~5GB disks. Maybe one set for swap and one
> pair for files. Once the work is done, park the results
> on something big & cheap (& burn a CD or DVD).
> 
> Bill Ross
> 
> 




 




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