RAID doesn’t work! | securitypitfalls edit / delete

Testing md RAID5 over dm-integrity (spoiler: it does actually work).

to dm linux raid storage ... on 09 December 2018

From 32 to 2 ports: Ideal SATA/SAS Controllers for ZFS & Linux MD RAID - Zorinaq edit / delete

Useful list of SATA controllers supported on free operating systems.

to freebsd hardware linux raid sas sata solaris ... on 06 February 2016

Marc's Blog: btrfs - Btrfs Raid5 Status edit / delete

Yeowch. Guess I'm not going to be using btrfs for this year's RAID array.

to btrfs filesystem linux raid ... on 25 March 2014

SnapRAID edit / delete

Userspace RAID -- it works like par does, by creating parity sets of existing files. This means that not only can you recover from disk failure, you can also recover deleted files (provided you've still got enough parity data to retrieve them).

to backup raid recovery software to-package ... on 17 January 2014

Petabytes on a budget: How to build cheap cloud storage | Backblaze Blog edit / delete

Lots of disks in a custom case, using SATA port extenders. I assume they don't care too much about performance -- although this might actually work OK for UKMS, with nice wide stripes to spread the load.

to disks raid storage ukms ... on 04 September 2009

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