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    Default Question on raid 1?

    My mobod will support many different types of raid so that is not a problem. My question is about raid and the os. What would be the best way to do it. I don't want any other type of raid so don't go there. Any way should I put the os on a whole seperate drive and raid the the other two drives or should I partition the drive and do it that way? Any advice? Thanks.
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    Default Re: Question on raid 1?

    What are you trying to protect with the mirror? If the OS, then put it on the RAID1 array. If you are only concerned with having protection in place for important files, then just put those on the RAID. After all, the purpose of redundancy is to protect data, so just figure out what is important to you and go from there.
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