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Disk mirroring under RedHat 8

I would like to build a new box that has the disk mirrored to another IDE disk on a different channel. Does anyone know if a RAID controller like the Promise is supported under RedHat 8, or should I use a software RAID.
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I'm not sure how comprehensive the list is, but Redhat does keep a known hardware compatability list. Check here to see if your hardware is listed...
 

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