The 6512 supports max of two arrays and 16 disks.  I'm not sure why you are
asking but it wouldn't make much sense to want to go to three arrays with a max
of 16 disks......of course I'm not that smart!




"Al Barsa, Jr." <barsa2@ibm.net> on 10/15/99 06:13:47 PM

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Subject:  Re: 6512 RAID controller



At 02:29 PM 10/15/1999 -0400, you wrote:
>Put on your propeller hats.


I think the maximum is two, but why would you want any more than 1?

Al


>Can a 6512 support Three RAID sets?
>
>The handbook does not say. It says min 4 max 10 per set but not how many sets.
>
>I just gotta know!
>
>If it matters this is on a V3R2 9406-310.
>
>TIA - Larry
>
>  yah yah I know I'm supposed to know this but.....
>








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