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Posted on 2002-04-17
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Hi,
I know Win2000 Pro does not support fault tolerance.
Is there some way I can establish a mirror set ?
A real mirror set - not "Second Copy" or other syncronizers.
hack, crack, patch, 3p software... anything will do.

Thanks, avive
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You did not state whether you wanted to mirror IDE or RAID. It will matter what kind of Disk you are trying to mirror.
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I don't think there's any software way of doing this in 2K Pro--you'd probably be better off investing in a hardware RAID solution. A typical IDE RAID card will cost less than a single IDE hard drive, and since you need at least two drives for fault tolerance it doesn't increase the overall cost by a massive amount.
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