Linux USB Pen / Stick RAID

Tux does all sort of things including setting up a RAID on USB sticks 🙂

From the article:

This is an example of productive and practical use of a RAID. Granted, this project does not have the archaic grandeur of a Floppy Disk RAID, but then again, the capacity and performance of this system are utterly superior to those of a Floppy Disk RAID. The following is meant as an instruction sheet of how to build a rock-hard USB stick RAID system and simultaneously transform from an ordinary nerd to a SUPER LINUX GURU.

USB stick RAID in ACTION!


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2 comments… add one
  • vonskippy Jul 14, 2007 @ 22:16

    Must….unstick…..butt……cheek……from….
    vinyl…..seat……cushion!

    //article is sooooooooo very old (and as useless now as it was when it was written – although the author has a witty dork-esque style of writing that’s amusing).

  • alaa Dec 30, 2007 @ 16:41

    hi
    i need boot from usb

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