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Stripe 2 x "Lacie 2bigs" (mirrored) together?


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I have a 2Tb Lacie 2 Big which has 2 x 1TB drives mirrored together. I would like to increase the available speed and wondering whether getting another 2Big and striping the two together in OS X would work? Could I then have the best of both worlds (speed and safety) whilst only shelling out a few extra hundred?
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