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Re: Q: Raid-5 Controller (Hardware aquiration)



On Monday 19 July 2004 17:56, Ralf Gesellen'setter wrote:
> One of our possible suppliers insists on omitting that device (400
> Eu!) as the TX150 comes with some built-in Adaptec 2010 PCI extension
> that uses the onboard SCSI interface offering a hardware RAID-5
> function.

Hi, googling on that device, I learned that it is a "Zero Channel RAID 
card that does *not* purely follow the I2O standard" [1]. 
"The Adaptec 2010S low-profile ZCR card connects to a 3.3V 64-bit PCI 
connector enabled with either Adaptec Embedded RAID Logic (EMRL) or 
Intel RAIDIOS logic (used with Intel's modular ROMB designs)."[2]

The value of the Adaptec 2010 is ca. 250 Eu [3], thus 150 Eu less than 
the 2100S. As it is included, anyway, the difference is 400 Eu, 
however, unless we could sell it :)

I found a hungarian Thread about debian woody and 2010S at [4].
A German request from Oct 2003 had been unreplied at [5].

Now, what do I learn form this?

greetings
ralf

1.http://www.spinics.net/lists/raid/msg05513.html
2.http://www.backoffice.be/shop/information.asp?artid=791473&lang=uk
3.http://www.idealo.de/preisvergleich/OffersOfProduct/57191.html
4.http://mlf.linux.rulez.org/Archivum/linux-200309/msg00155.html
5.http://linux.derkeiler.com/Mailing-Lists/Debian/2003-10/5604.html
-- 
rgx(at)GMX-DE



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