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Is there any point/benefit to having a battery back unit on a raid controller if write caching is disabled?

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Is there any point/benefit to having a battery back unit on a raid controller if write caching is disabled?

No, the sole purpose of the battery is to retain the information stored in cache in the event of a power failure.

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