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Old 02-18-2008, 08:08 AM   #1
nolinuxnollife
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Dear All,

Does any software exist that can where we can emulate a Disk Array? (on Linux/Unix/Windows)
I mean Like XEN/Zones/VMWARE in which I am able to add drives/nics' etc , if the software is installed I will be provided with a set of prebuilt SAN or disk arrays to operate on.

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Mahen
 
  


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