A simple raid 10 question


I am setting a raid 10 setup for my db box

I found another article http://www.acnc.com/04_01_10.html that was pretty good

I am missing one piece

I relize that i have to have a min number of drives of 4

how much storage would i get with 4 36GB drives and how much would i get with 6 36GB drives

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with 4 you would get 72GB and with 6 you would get 108GB

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Duncan MeyersCommented:
With 4 36 GB drives you'd have 72GB. With 6 36GB drives you'd get 108GB.

To work it out, add up the storage of all the disks then halve it.

Hope this helps.
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