FreeBSD and SATA Port Multipliers
dean at fragfest.com.au
Wed Oct 21 06:12:06 UTC 2009
FWIW you can buy the case and accessories for a very reasonable cost.
just click further through the blog and they link the manufacturer.
its extremely cheap 90tb of zfs....
> In the somewhat related dept...
> The SiI3124 and SiI3726 seem to be *really*
> popular chipsets for low cost JBOD setups
> so I'm sure any work done towards this
> will be a win. The only other chip I see
> a lot of is the Marvell 88SX6041 and 88SX6081.
> Any others, particularly of the eight port
> generic card variety or other multipliers???
> I'm not sure if JMicron ever got into the 4/8 port
> A somewhat related diversion:
> And without the fab... you'd be amazed what a
> bicycle inner tube, scrap pc case lids, tin snips,
> hammer, anvil, drill bit, and a pop rivet tool will yield ;-)
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