Re: BOOTING WITH A RAID 5
Jeff Binkley ( firstname.lastname@example.org )
Sat, 27 Jun 1998 08:38:00 -0500
-> Put all of your important apps on the raid 5 drives and don't worry about
-> any fault tolerance on the boot drive. If the boot drive dies, all you have
-> to do is put NT back on and all of your data is data is safe on the RAID 5
-> drives. Backing up the boot drive to tape should be sufficient.
-> That is the way all of our NT servers are setup.
Or do as I often do, use a small boot drive, say 1 gig and then put a second
drive in of the same size and mirror it. We've done that on most of our large
NT database servers which have 40+ Gig RAID arrays on them.
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