Manage servers and SANs better by understanding SCSI

Most servers and SANs use SCSI drives, which typically perform better than the IDE hard drives prevalent in workstations and consumer-grade computers. In short, it's almost impossible for an administrator to allocate storage in a SAN, build a cluster or set up a hardware-based RAID array without understanding how SCSI works.

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