As Larry pointed out the rules for SCSI and SAS are different since the
controller cards are completely different.
I think in V6 and up with the right RAID cards you could go into SST and
set the RAID configuration rules. From SST, Work with Disk
Configuration, option 8 work with device parity protection and then
Option 7 select parity optimization you were able to pick from 1)
availability, 2) balance, 3) capacity, and 4) performance. Those
options changed how the system would stripe the disk units.
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On 8/19/2013 12:17 PM, rob@xxxxxxxxx wrote:
We have multiple 5886 SAS disk units full with twelve 140 GB drives each.
The raid stripe spans all 12 drives. The SCSI disk enclosures we have
seem to follow the 4 or 8 rule.