Well, as I said, the SCSI-HW is a little old but fulfills its purpose (and was free too, so why have it picking up dust in a box?)
System is of course seated on the SCSI-drive, the rest are IDEs.
BTW, I am running a modifded RAID-BIOS to enable the Promise FastTrak Full-RAID-functionality from Lumberjacker
' ">http://lumberjacker.kettenfett.com/, currently running 2 RAID-0-Stripesets with the 4 60GB-HDD's to make them 2 virtual 120GB-drives, theoretically enabling me to mount them into a RAID-5 with the remaining 120GB HDD's
No, this does not really make sense, but I think it is a fun idea and to make it work is one of the (many) reasons I want to change Linux-system in the first place, so hang on and I will post if i succeed in this attempt.
Unfortunately my expierience in Linux is somewhat low, but I have some buddies in IRC who are willing to assist me
As for the purpose running a 600GB-RAID-5-array-server: storage of data of various kinds
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