> On Tue, 18 Mar 2008, Gregory Stark wrote:
>> You can have as many parity drives as you want with RAID 5 too.
> you can? I've never seen a raid 5 setup with more then a single parity dirve
> (or even the option of having more then one drives worth of redundancy). you
> can have hot-spare drives, but thats a different thing.
> what controller/software lets you do this?
Hm, some research shows I may have completely imagined this. I don't see why
you couldn't but I can't find any evidence that this feature exists. I could
have sworn I've seen it before though.
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