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Thread: PICList.com up after Hard Drive reformat
face BY : David VanHorn email (remove spam text)

>In a raid system, are standard drives "Hot Swappable"? I.e. can you just
>pull the cover off the box, unplug the drive that failed and replace it
>and then format the new drive and have NT replicate the data from the other two
>drives back onto it?

They have to be SCSI to be hot swappable, and it has to be the right raid

Me, I'd use linux. (Raid's built in too :)

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