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Hi,

How many 250gb disk are required for 2tb of storge using Raid 5?

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Donnie
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opps.....My disk are 146gb each....

How many 146gb disk are required for 2tb of storge using Raid 5?

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RAID-5 yields N-1 disks of usable space, so for a target of 2TB using 146GB disks, you would need 15 drives, which would give you 2.044TB.
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Thanks,

Thats what I needed.
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