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[Discuss] On Btrfs raid and odd-count disks

"Edward Ned Harvey (blu)" <blu at> writes:

>> From: at [mailto:discuss-
>> at] On Behalf Of
>> Its funny, but I never considered an odd number of drives as viable for
>> raid1.
> What about a 3-way mirror?
> More appropriately, look up raid-1e.  It's a better description of btrfs raid-1.

Is there a way to set up btrfs such that it can suvive a failure of any
two disks in the array (ala raid6 or raid-z2)?


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