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how can i remotly( SSH) figure out what kind of raid controller is on my system?!
and how many harddisks my system has and what size?!

I am working on Linux( Centos4)

if i do
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then i get 146 G

so if my system has raid1, does it mean that the harddisk is 2 X 146 G?
or i should actually see it as 146 / 2?

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