On Mon, Jan 12, 2004 at 06:57:59PM -0500, Greg Freemyer wrote:
> On Mon, 2004-01-12 at 18:41, Kelsey Cummings wrote:
> > Greg, I've used some of this vendor's cases elsewhere and I recal
> > having
> > some drives that wouldn't fit it correctly. I'd call them, we've been
> > buying 1U servers from them and they're quite helpful.
> I'll do that, but I called before I posted, and their seemed to be a
> language barrier. (Korean?)
> > Otherwise I'd check
> > out cremax's MB810 AKF, which uses short ribon cable stubs off of the
> > carrier. http://www.cremax.com I think supermicro and 3ware also make
> > some nice carrirers, although, I bet they are more expensive.
> I had seen the cremax MB810 AKF before, but it does not look near as
> professional as the other.
I've got lots of the cramax (3 bay units in service) maybe like 15 or 20.
I had one go bad and got an advanve replacement out of them. YMMV.
> I have a 3ware 3-drive chassis on the shelf, but I really need a 5-drive
> for this, and I don't think 3ware makes them.
The 3ware bayes are very solid, the RDC-400 is a 4 bay in 3U hot swap
You might see what http://www.scsi4me.com has, despite the cheasy name
the've been a good vendor for disks, controllers and tidbits and rock
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