Monday, 15 October 2012

Too complex for wide acceptance


Storage Spaces is too complex a technology for practical use without special training. A typical computer reviewer who is not tech-savvy in RAID technology spends a week on average (like between this and that posts) to realize that it is impossible to continue writing data to a RAID 5 array of three disks once the smallest member disk is full. For those who know how RAID is organized the reason should be immediately evident - there is no disk space to write parity any longer.

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