Tue, 2 Nov 1999 17:20:52 +0100 (MET)
On Tue, 2 Nov 1999, Giampaolo Tomassoni wrote:
> > If you are doing shared-nothing then IDE is fine.
> Great. But what about networked mirroring?
> > You might want to take a good look at drive warranties and MTBF
> Well, this shouldn't matter too much as long as a virtual 4-disks raid level 1
> is concerned.
Ok, but then you can also buy the SCSI drives, don't you think?
> >> - Focusing development efforts more on less on the
> >> typical Linux hardware, which is around EIDE storage.
> > There isn't really any difference for the shared-nothing case.
> But actually Linux/HA doesn't provide disk mirroring through network in any
> way, right? The project is focused on high-end hardware...
Absolutely no. The HOWTO was talking about it, but the project is
actually open to any architecture. In fact, we have explicitly not opted
for high end hardware, so we get a broader tester base.
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