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Re: [opensuse] REDADA 1 vs "VIVE" Backup era REDADA de software vs REDAD

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Subject: Re: [opensuse] REDADA 1 vs "VIVE" Backup era REDADA de software vs REDADA de BIOS
From: Duaine Hechler <dahechler@xxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 14 Sep 2011 02:04:44 -0500
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En 09/14/2011 01:31 AM, Por *Jessen escribió:
*Duaine *Hechler escribió:

Tan en conclusión, REDADA 1 es GRANDE hasta que tú  un tornillo importante arriba de - entonces
AMBOS paseos no son *usable.
Todo de mis sistemas individuales (20+), local también tan externo, REDADA de uso1
y ha hecho tan para años.  *Todays *harddisks, si para *desktop o *server
uso, _romperá.  El Dato puede ser salvado por *backups, *uptime puede ser
salvado por redundancia.  REDADA1  ambos.
Estado de acuerdo, justo #escoger utilizar *rsync.

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On 09/14/2011 01:31 AM, Per Jessen wrote:
Duaine Hechler wrote:

So in conclusion, RAID 1 is GREAT until you do a major screw up - then
BOTH drives are not usable.
All of my individual systems (20+), local as well as external, use RAID1
and have done so for years.  Todays harddisks, whether for desktop or
server use, _will_ break.  Data can be saved by backups, uptime can be
saved by redundancy.  RAID1 does both.
Agreed, I just choose to use rsync.

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Duaine Hechler
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Tuning, Servicing&  Rebuilding
Reed Organ Society Member
Florissant, MO 63034
(314) 838-5587
dahechler@xxxxxxx
www.hechlerpianoandorgan.com
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