Raid 0+1 means that when a virus strikes or delete that directory it happens so quick you have no chance to stop the meltdown. Why not RAID 5 and a decent backup? I looked at the controller and it has no failover on the RAID 1 so RAID 5 wins there.
I have 4 Ultra 320 SCSI drives that I want to use on my windows home server. I want to set them up as RAID 1+0 so I don't have any risk of losing my data. I have limited experience with RAIDs (SATA) and none with SCSI. The Server only has a ultra 160 controller built in so I know I will need to get a controller, but will any of them support RAID or is there a specific kind? Also once the controller card is installed with I be able to adjust the RAID settings in the bios or does it have to be done another way? TIA