Ufuk50 216 Reputation points





What are they? Why do we prefer them?
Particularly I wonder Scsi drive,structure,advantages?
In Scsi issue,detailed definition,detailed explanation please.

I want to learn these terms in details,I have been in MCSE course,i couldn't find detailed and clear sources here and in my Windows Server books
Best rgds,

Windows Server 2016
Windows Server 2016
A Microsoft server operating system that supports enterprise-level management updated to data storage.
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  1. Guillaume 81 Reputation points

    HDD is simply a basic and mechanical hard disc drive, as opposed to ssd which is a flash memory hard drive (way faster, durable, but more expensive than a hdd)

    For SATA and SAS, let's say that SAS is the enterprise version of SAS (but you can still connect a SATA drive to a SAS connector, but not the opposite) :

    SCSI is the ancestor of SAS, kind of the entreprise version of IDE, with better speed and capabilities.

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  1. Ufuk50 216 Reputation points

    Hi,GuillamueH. Thank you. It is the most useful explaining for me.Link is very understandable,detailed one.

    But I wonder,please,is there a mistake in statement

    "..let's say that SAS is enterprise versiyon of SAS.."

    Please confirm if it is a true statement.

    Best rgds,

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  2. Ufuk50 216 Reputation points

    Hi,DSPatrick. Thank you very much.

    It is also explained issues above.But have you a link or document on IDE term,issue

    Best rgds,

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