[Gllug] Battery-backed SAS controllers

Andy Smith andy at strugglers.net
Sun Dec 13 17:53:20 UTC 2009

Hi Rich,

On Sat, Dec 12, 2009 at 09:29:25AM +0000, Rich Walker wrote:
> Andy Smith <andy at strugglers.net> wrote:
> > Anyone know of a battery-backed SAS controller?  That is, something
> > like a RAID controller that takes SAS disks but without any RAID
> > features, just a battery backed write cache and the disks exposed to
> > the OS.
> I have a battery-backed RAM PCI card sitting on a shelf at work. Bought
> off Ebay for a server that it doesn't fit. Email me on Monday and I'll
> dig out the details.

Thanks for the offer, but about 600GiB of storage is required, so
actual rotational media is most likely required.


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