I would say that not doing backups of RAID at any level is rather unwise.
Of course I have seen dual drive failures of a RAID1 array on about 5
occasions. I have also seen a dual drive failure and a controller SNAFU
of a RAID5 on 2 occasions.
Simply put, RAID is not a backup. RAID is to keep you running when a
drive dies. Backups are to get you running again when RAID fails or
when something happens that RAID doesn't protect from (file
deletion/corruption either accident or on purpose).
On 10/22/11 23:03, Eric Shubert wrote:
> On 10/22/2011 04:04 PM, Ido Magal wrote:
>> 'find' on the droboFS doesn't support '-links' so I had to get
>> creative. And apparently perl has issues on it as well.
>> On Sat, Oct 22, 2011 at 08:02, Eric Shubert<ejs@shub...> wrote:
>>> # find /backup/dir -type f -links 1
> Sorry, I'm not familiar with droboFS. So I checked it out a bit.
> From the looks if things, droboFS may not (from their web site) "deliver
> the best file sharing experience ever". I certainly wouldn't trust my
> data to "BeyondRAID" technology alone (give me software Raid-10 any
> day). You're wise to be doing backups of the thing. Good luck with it.
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