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ML370 G5

Michael Griessbach
Occasional Visitor

ML370 G5

We are running a ML370 G5 with 4 disks on Raid 0+1. Is it possible by adding 4 disks in the bay to create a second Raid 0+1 arry with the same controler ?

Thanks for help
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Zygmunt Krawczyk
Honored Contributor

Re: ML370 G5

Yes, it is possible. ML370 G5 is equipped with E200 or P400 controller, both have connection to eight internal HDDs.
Michael Griessbach
Occasional Visitor

Re: ML370 G5

Thanks sure, 8 are possible, but is it possible to create two raid 0+1 arrays ?
Ali
HPE Pro

Re: ML370 G5

Hi Michael,

Just to clarify... HP Smart array controllers do not support 0+1 raid level.

I guess You are referring to 1+0.

Coming to your question.

Yes, you can create another logical drive on the same controller within the same array with 4 additional hard drives using Raid 1+0.

Or you can create a seperate array then create logical drive with Raid 1+0 configuration.

FYI. Controller Support upto 32 logical drives.

Server quickspecs
http://vb.net/products/HP/12478_div.html

smart arry E200 controller quickspecs
http://h18000.www1.hp.com/products/quickspecs/12460_div/12460_div.HTML

thanks,
Aftab
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Michael Griessbach
Occasional Visitor

Re: ML370 G5

Thanks for clarification.

Happy XMAS to all
Ali
HPE Pro

Re: ML370 G5

thanks Michael,

Wish you very happy merry christmas too.

don't forget to assign points if you think information provided is helpful... :)

Cheers!
Aftab
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