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I've decided to purchace the Thermaltake Muse NAS RAID.
I have 2 HDD full of data of 200GB and 250 GB respectively.
Im considering purchasing two additional disks of 750 GB each.
But I dont quite understanding the RAID functionality. Must all the disk have the same RAID configuration?
Is it possible to have the following configuration:
Disk A (750GB) - Raid 1
Disk B (750GB) - Raid 1
Disk C (250GB) - Linear
Disk D (200GB) - Linear
- so that Disk B is a mirror of Disk A, and Disk C and Disk D are just individual storages.
Is it possible?
The first point to note is that this unit does not support more than 1.6TB total disk. (4 x 400GB drives) This is stated in the manual which is on the CD that came with the unit. You cannot configure a mix of RAID1 and Linear (JBOD) drives, so you plan will not work.
Posted on Mar 19, 2009
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