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How big is the power supply?
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Remind me quickly again what kind of error correction RAID 5 has? All I can seem to remember is 0 and 1 and some combination of the two.
raid 5 reserves one drive for parity data
the partiy allows one drive to fail in the array and maintain operation
theres added overhead though to process the parity data
it also takes a substantially longer time to rebuild the array than say a raid 1 mirroring array
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I'm glad you made it out alive. After seeing the first post I thought you might explode from tension about 12 hours in.
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raid 5 reserves one drive for parity data
the partiy allows one drive to fail in the array and maintain operation
theres added overhead though to process the parity data
it also takes a substantially longer time to rebuild the array than say a raid 1 mirroring array
It also distributes the parity data over all drives, right?
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damn that is alot of hard drive space... /me needs somthing like that
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I'm glad you made it out alive. After seeing the first post I thought you might explode from tension about 12 hours in.
i had a lot of good time to think to myself (AKA fap)
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It also distributes the parity data over all drives, right?
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Oh, why didn't you partition it so your boot drive was smaller?

I would think it would be easier then if you needed to format.
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Oh, why didn't you partition it so your boot drive was smaller?

I would think it would be easier then if you needed to format.
partitioning isnt set in stone right now
ghost set those partitions (it just expanded my old partitions)

i havent formatted since i installed xp in 2001 though so i dont think i format too often
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Right angle power connectors would help A LOT.
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Right angle power connectors would help A LOT.
yes, yes they would
but i dont have that many, only have 3 and theyre on another psu
anyone wanna pif 6?
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