What in the world is an XServer Raid, and what does it do, and what is it used for?
Temp said:Wow! Look at all the people who replied to my thread.
A simple question for what turned out to be a simple answer.
Anyway, I think I figured it out. The XServer RAID is a storage device I think. Kind of like an over-glorified Firewire.
I know people who had websites that became so popular that they had to buy a server to keep up with the web traffic on their site. So, that is what I thought an XServer RAID was going to be. If I am wrong, maybe someone would like to tell me what one really is.
Temp said:First I want to say, "Thank you." for replying to my thread.
However, we are both in agreement that it is a storage device. I have learned that I can hook one up to a G5, and it is way out of my price range. So, there is no need to go any further with it. I just wanted to know if it was a purchase I needed to consider for the here and now. It isn't.
Temp said:Alright! Way to go hokiethang. You just answer another question I had about a Firewire in the Powermac Systems forum.
You just killed two birds with one stone, and it is off the the Apple Store website I go.