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Old 02-24-2004, 12:05 AM   #1
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RAID question


I have RedHat 9.0 machine running as my file server and router at home. I have an 80GB HDD shared on the network to serve files and an 80GB to back that up. I want to get a couple of SATA 120GBs to run in a RAID 0 array and then get an EIDE 250GB to back them up, since I'm running out of space. I'm a little worried, though, that I won't be able to get RAID 0 running, and I'm ordering the HDDs off the internet, so I have to be confident when I take the plunge. How can I be sure that this is supported in RedHat? (my mobo is a Shuttle AS45GT/R)

Thanks in advance for any help.

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