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Re: filmscanners: RAID and scratch

on 11/17/01 7:51 PM, Charles Knox wrote:

> In general, the RAID partition would be faster, but not by as much as you
> might think, since it would also be creating more seeks on the primary
> drive, thus slowing it down quite a bit.

Forgot to ask about where the system and application should go. Lets say I
have three disks, one of which is the RAID. I was thinking to use my
smallest drive for my OS and applications (including PS), the RAID
exclusively for images, and a third drive for a second system, misc. backup,
and a partition for scratch. Is this the best way to allocate system,
images, application, and scratch, across the three drives or should they be
grouped differently?



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