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    Correct replacement SCSI drive?

    Could someone just check that I have ordered the correct hard drive replacement? I have the old Fujitsu part number: MAX3073NC and I have ordered the MBA3147NC as a replacement. Besides being twice the size (I only expect to be able to use 73GB as the other drives in the R5 array are 73GB) and has twice the buffer size, I think they look the same. Thanks

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    Both are Ultra320 SCSI, so it should fit, but as you say, you'll only use half of it (as the array size is determined by the smallest disk).

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