security and raid0


O

OverKlocker

my boss has some important info on his system and would rather lose it
than have it accessed by anyone else. if someone deletes a raid0
array, is the info GONE entirely? if he sets up the raid0 again is
everything still there (still on the same system), or gone forever?
thanks in advance
 
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Nick

It is likely than setting the Raid0 again with the same parameters
will bring back the data.

Then it depends on the security level he wants. If he really doesn't
want anyone to see the data, he should wipe the disks with security
systems, then destroy physically the disks (the extrem recommendations
are to splitt the disks in pieces smaller than 0.5 mm)

Nick
 
J

Joep

It's all still there.

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O

OverKlocker

my boss has some important info on his system and would rather lose it
than have it accessed by anyone else. if someone deletes a raid0
array, is the info GONE entirely? if he sets up the raid0 again is
everything still there (still on the same system), or gone forever?
thanks in advance
hello, anybody reading me???
 
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John Turco

OverKlocker said:
hello, anybody reading me???

Hello,

You did receive a couple of replies, already, as Google Groups
<http://groups.google.com> will attest:

Google Groups: View Thread "security and raid0" http://groups.google.com/groups?hl=en&lr=&ie=UTF-8&threadm=5c3vh0ds6588e1fdaiav5up1q0ll1ffvrt@4ax.com&rnum=1&prev=/groups?safe=images&ie=UTF-8&as_usubject=Re%3A%20security%20and%20raid0&lr=&num=100&hl=en

Oh, and please "unwrap" that mighty long link, if necessary. <g>

Good luck!


Cordially,
John Turco <jtur@concentric.net>
 

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