How to find RAID configuration based on user files in Data Extractor RAID Edition

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How to find RAID configuration based on user files in Data Extractor RAID Edition

Postby Dmitriy_TS » 13.04.16, 16:35

Hello,

Data Extractor has unknown for most part of users features which allow to find RAID configuration on complex cases.
One of thenm is the RAID array detection based on user files.

There is procedure how to build a RAID configuration based on user files:

Any comments and questions will be appreciated.
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Re: How to find RAID configuration based on user files in Data Extractor RAID Edition

Postby 300ddr » 19.04.16, 00:17

Really cool!

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Re: How to find RAID configuration based on user files in Data Extractor RAID Edition

Postby Amarbir[CDR-Labs] » 25.04.16, 18:15

300ddr wrote:Source of the post Really cool!


Hi,
do You Have the RAID Addon In any of the DE's You Have ?.I Plan To Get It In SCSI/SAS Tool i plan to buy
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Re: How to find RAID configuration based on user files in Data Extractor RAID Edition

Postby 300ddr » 25.04.16, 19:25

Yes, we have 1 RAID add-on. It's definitely cool and works well. I don't use the auto-detect feature, but it's nice to know it's there.


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Re: How to find RAID configuration based on user files in Data Extractor RAID Edition

Postby Dmitriy_TS » 27.04.16, 13:09

300ddr wrote:Source of the post Yes, we have 1 RAID add-on. It's definitely cool and works well. I don't use the auto-detect feature, but it's nice to know it's there.


Autodetection mode is improved in new version. I advise to try it :)
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Re: How to find RAID configuration based on user files in Data Extractor RAID Edition

Postby Amarbir[CDR-Labs] » 27.04.16, 13:34

300ddr wrote:Source of the post Yes, we have 1 RAID add-on. It's definitely cool and works well. I don't use the auto-detect feature, but it's nice to know it's there.


Well,
Your Words Mean a Million Dollars to Me ,My PC 3000 SCSI/SAS Tool Will then Indeed Have DE + RAID
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