April 9, 2003
Using Linux ATA RAID
Anonymous Reader writes "If you ever wanted to buy fast SCSI hard disks to set up RAID system, you know that it is an expensive solution. Fortunately, Ultra DMA hard disks with speeds of 7200 RPM at much cheaper prices are available. Their performance, though less when compared to that of SCSI disks, is respectable. ATA RAID solution uses cheap Ultra DMA disks and requires either an onboard chip or a separate card. Contributing viewer Murty Rompalli discusses how ATA RAID is setup, used and tested briefly in the case of RedHat Linux."