Subject: Re[2]: differential scsi controllers
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Date: 07/02/1998 12:50:02
     if one disk dies in a striped volume (a volume without parity) all is=20
     lost=2E  i would call that fragile=2E

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Subject: Re: differential scsi controllers=20
Author:  MIME:hpeyerl@beer=2Eorg at INTERNETALFALAVAL
Date:    1998-07-02 12:27

"Jordan K=2E Hubbard" <jkh@time=2Ecdrom=2Ecom>  wrote:
 > Our policy is to simply say "ccd is useful only for building large,=20
 > fast, striped volumes which are also fragile as hell" and recommend
define "fragile as hell"?  Sure, there may be some missing features=20
but as far as "large fast striped volumes", I've _never_ had a problem=20
with any of my ccd's except in the case where one of the disks failed=2E
Since recovery from hardware failure isn't in the current feature-set,=20
I don't call that a fault=2E
Missing features does not equate to fragile=2E