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ALE-Central Meeting “Linux MD RAID” 7:30 Feb 19, 2015

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Linux MD RAID has been helping both enterprises and hobbyists keep their systems running through thick and thin for many years. In the past few years, hardware evolution and marketplace changes have created some traps for the unwary. This presentation will review the feature history
of Linux RAID, explain the most common traps, and show common configurations with their pros and cons. An “alternate” install of Ubuntu server will be used for demonstrations.
Phil Turmel has been an electronics and computing enthusiast since his father had him help solder together a Heathkit H8 back in 1979. As an Electrical Engineer and small businessman, Phil has been using Linux for both work and home tasks for over a decade. A regular contributor to the linux-raid mailing list, Phil has both experienced and helped others.
with common Linux RAID problems.

The meeting will be at ALE-Central at 7:30 pm. See here for directions.