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In article<1kf73uoz9uvrn.n6xq3ndpukh0.dlg@40tude.net>, ultred ragnusen<ultred@ragnusen.com> wrote:

> 
> > "Why RAID is (usually) a Terrible Idea"
> > http://www.pugetsystems.com/articles?&id=29
> 
> Yikes. I only googled and saw that there were a bunch of decisions to be
> made. 

that's an *extremely* outdated article that doesn't really say much,
and there aren't very many decisions to make, other than the variant of
raid to use, which depends on what you want out of it.

> May I presume to ask if "any" RAID method is useful in the home
> environment, where all you really care about is safety of your data?

very much so, except that it's *not* a backup.