This image began after so-2007-1202 entitled Rain Zicks a short description. It is posted by a novel U.P., and in about 3 minutes long, and Kariman explicit flag. The summary is, How Rain Zicks Works. This episode of HBR is brought to you by Analysthost.com. Get 15% discount on all shared hosting, with the offer code HBR15, that's HBR15. Bit your web hosting that's Analyst and Fair at Analysthost.com. Good day, I would like to talk to you about Rain Zicks, and so Rain Zicks, the minimum is 4Disk, and just like Rain V, this does block level striping, so that means it stripes across all disk in the array or in the lawn, and picture a diagram with 4 set onters in it, and each disk is labeled this one, just 2, just 3, just 4. And so each block has an alpha numeric thing, and so you have 5 blocks, so it's A, B, C, D, E, E, F, and these blocks are spread out over these 4 disks. And then the parity disk is, then there's 2 parodies, there's 2 parodies for each one, so it's a dual parity solution, so it's like the parity blocks are P1 and P1, P2 and P3, and these are spread out over the disk, and so then you would have the second parity would of course be 4, P4, P5 and P6, and this, when you do this again, it's two parodies blocks for each beta block written, and the reason this is so great is that it can handle two disk failures, and this rate configuration is complex to implement in a rate controller, so because it has to calculate two parity data for each block, and so for instance, when a drive does fail, and you pull it out, well then you put it in a new one, and then the controller has to process the parity, and this takes quite a while, and so this is why in inter-proserase, you always look at how many cores each controller has in order to make that work, okay, so this is about it for a rate 6 block striped to distributed parity solution, all right, you'll have a fantastic time, and take her, bye. You've been listening to Hecker Public Radio at HeckerPublicRadio.org, we are a community podcast network that releases shows every weekday Monday through Friday, today's show like all our shows was contributed by a HBO artist near like yourself, if you ever thought of recording a podcast and click on our contributing to find out how easy it really is. Hecker Public Radio was founded by the digital.com and the informomicon computer club, and it's part of the VineGree Revolution at B&RF.com. If you have come in some today's show, please email the host directly, leave a comment on the website or record a follow-up episode yourself, on this otherwise status, today's show is released on the creative comments, attribution, share-alight, lead-out-o-lisons.