I'd like to know if a simple mirrored raid drive ( Raid #?) be used with a standard controller? So say I'm using Raid, and there's a failure that takes out the controller, but not the drives, can I move the drive over to a standard controller? Otherwise I'll have to keep a spare Raid controller around as a backup.
I'd appreciate an answer that involves refernce to a specific controller model with which the writer has his/her own personal experience.
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