Making world but no kernel
jherman at dichotomia.fr
Tue Jul 26 15:03:35 UTC 2011
On 26/07/2011 16:58, Chuck Swiger wrote:
> On Jul 26, 2011, at 7:25 AM, Jerome Herman wrote:
>> Actually it is Raid 10 of a sort. Three first halves of the three disk concatenated and mirrored on the three second half of the same drives.
> There's a significant problem right there. Not only will that configuration badly degrade the performance of the RAID volume, it also compromises the goal of redundancy which RAID-1 is supposed to provide.
Disk are interweaved, so the performances are quite good (about 160% of
a single drive) and the redundancy is here. Any single drive can fail,
and the other two will be there to provide data.
Basically the first plesk is a-b-c, and the second is b-c-a, so
everything should be fine.
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