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Are FC and SAS DAS devices standard enough?

Before I ask my questions, here is some background info that may or may not be useful: For the first time I find myself needing a DAS solution. My priority is data through-put in a single direction. ...
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Solaris not seeing FC volume

We recently replaced a failed controller in an AL connected RAID. I wasn't the one that replaced the controller, but apparently when the new controller was installed something weird happened with the ...
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“Disk volume is write-protected” error when formatting

I have an Infortrend EonStor A16F-G2430 RAID-6 connected to Windows Server 2008 R2 x64 machine via Fiber Channel QLogic 2Gb PCI-X adapter. I am able to initialize the 8.5TB storage as GPT, and able ...
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why are FC drives so cheap? or Using Fibre Channel drives as internal storage RAID array [closed]

While looking on Google Product search for drives for a new file server, I noticed that that almost all of the cheapest 300GB 10k drives are Fibre Channel drives: Google Products search result page. ...
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1answer
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XServe Raid with Ubuntu 10.04 problems

I have an Apple XServe RAID connected via fibre channel to a Dell Poweredge R610. This server is mainly for hosting subversion repositories, and storing disk images. In the past 6 months or so we ...
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Is it possible to use Linux as a Fibre Channel Raid Disk Box?

You probably all know the relatively simple RAID boxes exporting a bunch of SATA disks as one big drive via FC, SAS or iSCSI, like the HP StorageWorks MSA2000, Infortrends EonStore series or many ...