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Servers - How many hard drives can be configured in an array
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Question:
How many hard drives can be configured in an array ?.

Answer:
The current limitations are as follows:
1. Maximum of 8 drives per array.
2. Maximum of 4 arrays per adapter.
3. Maximum of 4 logical drives per array

Arrays cannot be split across adapters. In other words, with 14 drives, a minimum of 2 arrays must be defined.

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Document ID:  GSMH-38TC6A
Last Modified:  2000-07-10
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