I'm hoping for your help regarding technical question about RAID.
We have purchased a Cisco rackmount server UCS C200. Now I'm searching for information about the best RAID solution in our case.
As I understand, there is a built-in RAID solution: Intel ICH10R in UCS C200 server. We are using this RAID configuration right now and it works OK. However we wonder if it is worth to install PCIe Controller (we have HP Smart Array P410 (ATA/SAS2) card). We currently use 4 SATA hard drives and RAID works as expected but we are interested if there are any advantages of separate RAID controller card. Especially we are interested in performance benefits since we are planning to have quite a lot of disk writes (call records - approximately 10-20 calls per hour lasting 2 minutes in average). We would be happy to stay with built-in RAID if it works stable. On the other hand we will install the above mentioned Intel RAID card if You say that it would be better solution regarding reliability and disk wear.
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