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(@softraid-support)
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Yes and Yes. (Once we get the SoftRAID app running!)

We have added auto rebuilding to the Big Sur default driver. If you hook your disks to an older OS, yes, they will mount as normal etc.

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@softraid-support So if I hook my current ThunderBay 4 16TB (1+0) to Big Sur Beta 9, what happens? Will it damage any data and just not be seen?

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There is a driver built into big sur, so your volume will still mount.

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@softraid-support And the built-in driver can read/write to a 1+0 16TB RAID?

What do I lose with the built in driver in Big Sur? Do I only lose error monitoring and rebuilding?

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Essentially yes.

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(@jbambridge)
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Any news on a new version for BigSur?

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We have a beta for Big Sur!

 

SoftRAID 6 beta
< http://www.softraid.com/sr_beta>

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@softraid-support Great News!! Are there any release notes on what we should be looking for or testing?

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