Re: RAID-10 explicitly defined drive pairs?

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I often forget the vger lists don't provide a List-Post: header (while
'everyone' else does).  Thus my apologies for this reply going initially
only to Peter and not the list.

On 1/6/2012 10:39 AM, Peter Grandi wrote:

> You might try a two layer arrangements, as a 'raid0' of 'raid1'
> pairs, instead of a 'raid10'. The two things with MD are not the
> same, for example you can do layouts like a 3-drive 'raid10'.

The MD 3-drive 'RAID 10' layout being similar or equivalent to SNIA RAID
1E, IIRC.

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Stan
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