RE: BOOTING WITH A RAID 5
Richard Lachance ( (no email) )
Fri, 26 Jun 1998 14:53:35 -0400
> This is true with the software RAID built into NT. If you use hardware
> RAID, you can install NT on a RAID 5 array and it won't even know it.
> Our RAID 5 array is configured as a single logical drive, which appears
> to NT as a single large disk, which we broke up into several NTFS
I'm curious about the reasoning behind setting up different partitions; what
prompted you to do that? How is having different partitions affecting the
performance (ie the physical head movements of the disks)?
On a side note, using a hardware RAID, does anyone have benchmarks between
the performance of a RAID 5 and a RAID 10 (1 + 0)?