Compact Flash Raid as a PCI cardof rudi - 16 Jan 2008 14:54:00 No clue whether the part was really good, but for under 50 euros at least, it sounds tempting: A PCI card that provides up to four Compact Flash cards and records in various RAID configurations (0, 1 and 10) switches. The resulting array is even under Dos / Windows and Linux Bootable and can thus replace the system disk. Unfortunately, there is no reference to the speed. Since the card is designed as 32Bit/33MHz-PCI-Karte, the burst rate of the system sometimes does not have theoretical 133 MB / s are. But if you have a safe and effective flash disk as a system disk is required here but perhaps what he has long sought.
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Antwort von baerenbold:
Sounds not bad - is the obvious part bootable, so I can a (slim) to store the operating system that I am always a breeze to have ... In principle, it would be something in a notebook, but make more sense.
Antwort von camworks:
The problem is that at constant flashram write data quickly to operational failures tends. otherwise we would have to be operating and / or the paging file on it can grab. gives the growth rates of beyond good and evil ...
Antwort von Gelmo2:
The problem is that at constant flashram write data quickly to operational failures tends.
Since it has heise / c `t take a long-term test and (if I am not mistaken) did you get that one flash of the long-describe does not really gets broken. Or just that as a persistent rumor holds. Is synonymous logical, since most cards defective auto ummappen areas. Ie, in the worst case, after a few years maybe a bit less memory available.
Someone still remembers s.den C't article here (and maybe even a source), or did I dream?
Antwort von Sakas:
no, you do not have dreamed of. The guys did VONNE CT CF card with its software on 10 million random write and read without really suspended losses can be determined.
On the part: There are synonymous for notebooks mounting frame, where you ne CF card can use. And that CF ne behaves like hard drive, etc. So is Bootable is because the CF pin IDE interface. Therefore behaves like a hard drive.