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my 500gb seagate .10 drive just died. I know the data is still intact and it's just the drive acting up so gonna call them up ask how much they want to recover it for me :eek: of course since this is XFS and not NTFS or FAT it'll probably cost more :/
 

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This is why i will never just stripe drives... it's not really a RAID, because it doesn't have any kind of redundancy. One drive goes wonky, and you lose the data on both.
 

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I usually run RAID 1+0 when I can with the servers I maintain and build. If I use my own computer, I just use RAID 1. I wouldn't thought with it being XFS it would cost THAT much more, if at all :scratch:
 

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I usually run RAID 1+0 when I can with the servers I maintain and build. If I use my own computer, I just use RAID 1. I wouldn't thought with it being XFS it would cost THAT much more, if at all :scratch:
it's not a part of their personal thing, the unix one is on the business side...haven't called them up though, will do it on monday
 
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