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SiberForum

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Very simple and easy.
I suppose that is enough for free web hosting provider.
Is that main page of free web hosting provider, isn't it?
 

Schmarvin

Cross Industries
NLC
[ih]Demetris;1096559 said:
Place the drives in RAID when building the rack one would hope..at any rate, looks fine to me, a bit simplistic but i often like simple..
You don't get a hard-drive with a VPS. You get virtual space, hence the name Virtual Private Server. :/ You could be spread across more than one hard-drive.
 

Tyler

Well-Known Member
NLC
You don't get a hard-drive with a VPS. You get virtual space, hence the name Virtual Private Server. :/ You could be spread across more than one hard-drive.
:eek3:

http://www.acnc.com/raid.html

If the server has RAID, the reseller has RAID.

If the VPS partition is created with a active RAID running on the node, it should have RAID as well. The VPS itself likely won't have access to anything raid related, but it still has all the benefits that the node has raid wise.
 

Schmarvin

Cross Industries
NLC
:eek3:

http://www.acnc.com/raid.html

If the server has RAID, the reseller has RAID.

If the VPS partition is created with a active RAID running on the node, it should have RAID as well. The VPS itself likely won't have access to anything raid related, but it still has all the benefits that the node has raid wise.
Only of the hardware level. Any software RAID configurations are not carried over into a VPS. I don't think OpenVZ or Xen support it yet.
 
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