[Techtalk] Inexpensive ATA/SATA RAID?

Elwing elwing at elwing.org
Sun Jul 31 02:13:13 EST 2005

I love the 3ware RAID cards - actual hardware support - as in you  
really don't need a separate driver for RAID unless you want to read/ 
rebuild while the system is booting.

They tend towards server class hardware, but I use their 7006-2  
product - only allows two drives per card, so I have two cards - two  
mirroed arrays. (their only ATA product)

They have more SATA hardware though. :)

I paid about $120 for each of my cards almost two years ago, so I  
consider them inexpensive.


On Jul 30, 2005, at 10:50 AM, jennyw wrote:

> I'm looking for an inexpensive ATA or SATA RAID hardware solution  
> that will work well with Debian. Does anyone know of one? If you  
> know of a motherboard that includes that feature, that'd be fine.
> Thanks!
> Jen
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