After nearly 11 years, I’ve finally decided to pull the plug on Usenet archive: Groupsrv.com.

The page you have requested no longer exists!

But don’t panic just yet!

I’ve coded this page in a way, that it’s monitoring each redirect & capturing data about the thread you’ve requested. Page you’ve requested is still available in Google’s Usenet Archive. You should be able to access it using following URL:

Raid configurations..

Note: I can’t guarantee that all Groupsrv.com pages can be found in Google Groups, but over 90% of the content should be there. If not, try the resources below!

Wikipedia:
Mdadm! – maintained and copyrighted to Neil Brown of SUSE. Linux software RAID configurations can include anything presented to the Linux kernel as a block device
Standard RAID levels! – The standard RAID levels are a basic set of RAID configurations that employ the techniques of striping, mirroring, or parity to create large reliable data
Data striping! – In some RAID configurations (such as RAID-0) if one RAID disk fails, this file (and all other data), will be lost. In other RAID configurations (such as
Device mapper! – as part of the Chrome OS) dmraid(8) (providing access to "fake" RAID configurations via the device mapper) DM Multipath (I/O fail-over and load-balancing
Clevo x7200! – Crossfire configuration. The x7200 is also capable of various RAID configurations. Standard configurations include RAID 0, RAID 1, and RAID 5. Custom

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