[CrackMonkey] pr00f

Peter A. Peterson II pedro at flynn.zork.net
Thu Jul 6 12:00:00 PDT 2000

Quoting Monkey Master:
> begin  Peter A. Peterson II quotation:
> > My boss doesn't believe that linux servers can handle real-world,
> > do-or-die situations that would normally be high-end *NIX boxen.
> > Apache doesn't count, ftp, etc. I'm talking about real systems stuff
> > here, big time backups, logical volumes stuff, raid, what-have-you.
> 	LVMs are nascent, but getting there.  FreeBSD's vimum is
> actually a far better LVM.  Raid in software is a pretty dumb idea in
> general, but it's also rather buggy in Linux.  You want RAID?  Do it
> right: get a hardware RAID controller.

	What about hardware/software support for restoration of data
from a hardware-based raid solution. Will hardware raid work under
linux properly?


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