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Old 10-22-2003, 07:16 PM   #1 (permalink)
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2 Questions if I may: a raid-5 arrar with 32 disk can handle losing up to how many physical drives before it becomes inoperable?

which of the following groups are allowed to share a web folder?

1. admins

2. guests

3. power users

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It depends...
How large are the drives?
How many drives are assigned to parity?

The second question sounds like a familiar policy...dont know off hand though.

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2 Questions if I may: a raid-5 arrar with 32 disk can handle losing up to how many physical drives before it becomes inoperable?
RAID-5 parity information uses the equivalent space of one member of the set, ie. if only 3 drives are used, there is a one-third disk overhead for the parity information. So in 32 drives, the parity drive is 1/32 the size of the total array. If more than one disk fails (which is rare if they fail at the same time) then the whole array is gone.


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which of the following groups are allowed to share a web folder?

1. admins

2. guests

3. power users

Any help is appreciated.
By default, only members of the Administrators, Server Operators, and Power Users groups can share folders. Administrators can share folders on any system they choose. Server Operators can share folders on Domain Controllers. Power Users can share folders on Member Servers and computers they are assigned accounts on.


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