PCI RAID Controller
I have a Mylex, PCI RAID Controller, Model DAC960PL, all software and documentation.
I will let it go very cheap.
I have heard some discussion about RAID controllers. How might I use this thing and what do you mean by cheap? My impression is that it allows parallel access of multiple HDs. Is that right? Are applications software specific?
I don't know if I can explain it in enough detail here, RAID stands for Redundant Array of Independent Disks.
Here is a direct quote from the manual.
The DAC960 PCI RAID controller supports industry standard RAID levels (0,1,5, and 0+1), for multiple drive arrays, or for single drive control functionality. Set-up is by a simple to run software configuration utility (DACCF) The high intuitive graphic user interface software, Global Array Manager (GAM) provides RAID administration and mgmt capabilities.
The DAC960 contoller is available with either one, two or three fully independent FAST/WIDE SCSI channels for connecting SCSI hard drives or other non disk SCSI devices, specifically CD-ROM and DAT Tape Drives......blah blah blah
$75.00 bucks and I will overnight deliver via Airborne Express.
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