Originally Posted by fhj52
The method is simple to create a 3 disk RAID 1+0. Create a RAID 1 array and then use that RAID array as the second volume for a RAID 0.
Ahhhh. That seems so obvious now. Still requires 3 drives, but better than nothing. Still don't understand why something like Intel's Matrix RAID can't be done in Linux's software mdraid driver though. I'll have to see if I can find the right forum to ask this of the mdraid coders...