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The speed of the raid set is key. You are correct though it’s slow. I find the trade off ok with my clients. I have lost minimal disk in the time I have been working. Never enough to worry about changing raid sets.
It’s still the same.
Your raid groups will be built up into 4 disc chunks ( probably )
Assume for simplicity sake they are 2tb in size. Ignore spindle speed.
a RAID5 set will yield 6GB per 8GB set
A RAID10 Will yield 4GB per set.
even if you span a lun via a meta it will still be the same.
Imagine you had mapped everything iteration and variance of a car. Would you start from the cal again, or use the existing map that you developed and place it on that car and use that as a base? That’s exactly what Paul @ RSTuning does.
There is no huge variance between car a with a...
I am just about to change it actually as I have had the shocks rebuilt by Nitron and some new rear toe links added. Not 100% sure on the setup I am going to go for so going to take some advice on heights , angles etc from the experts.
No, you dont need a gucci diff.
One is a FWD , Front engined car , the other a mid engined RWD car. They are dynamically about as polar opposite as you can get.
There are so many variables between the cars ( tyres, age of tyre , suspension health , suspension setup , geo ) that its hard to...