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[Discuss] RAID Considerations [was Why are all my hard drives slow on Ubuntu? (new computer)]

On August 29, 2013, Kent Borg wrote:
>Though RAID can do great redundancy in your disk drives, we wary of 
>having a single-point-of-failure in your RAID card.
>As you might have guessed I am a big fan of software RAID as implemented 
>by Linux.

I like it too, but this is a dual-boot machine with Windows 7. The vendor
( told me they could not set up a dual boot machine with
software RAID.

Dan Barrett
dbarrett at

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