A few questions I can't find in archive...
dh at UPTIME.AT
Sat Feb 28 18:49:26 GMT 2004
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Nick Nelson wrote:
> I typically do RAID5 with 3 disks, this machine setup I'm going to use
> is tested with Fedora and works well, so we'll ignore the possibilities
> (for now) of SATA support not being good. However, is RAID5 best, or
> should we go with RAID0? RAID0 would toast any SCSI, but there's no
> redundancy. However, how much need for redundancy is there? I can do
> nightly offsite backups as needed to a NAS for the config files.
Usually RAID-10 with a small block size. Around 4K would be good.
MailServer _should_ be super redundant so that there is basically no way
for you to loose any Mail when the Machine or the Storage crops out. And
this is measured to the second (at leasr) on busy systems.
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