drive to

drive (one) to (do something)

To impel one to do something through some form of motivation or coercion. The desire to set a good example for my kids drove me to finally complete my college degree. The stress of this job will drive me to drink.
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drive to

v.
1. To travel to some destination in a vehicle: She drove to the beach in her truck. He drove to the mall.
2. To travel in some vehicle to some destination: We drove the car to the store for groceries.
3. To force or impel someone to some action or condition: I didn't want to have to say it, but you drove me to it. This paperwork is driving the staff to insanity.
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References in classic literature ?
The animals you have with you we will drive to the mountains and put into the Black Pit.
Waiting for a hard drive to fail and then beginning the RAID engine intensive task of rebuilding a drive using XOR is no longer an option for today's organizations.
If one drive fails, the missing data would be lost, but RAID level 5, for example, adds parity data (check digits) to disk striping, allowing the data on the failed drive to be reconstructed from the data remaining on the other drives.
Two wires transfer data from the computer to the drive (downstream), while the other two transfer data from the drive to the computer (upstream).
There are at least three ways to connect a CD-ROM drive to a PC.
More specifically, NCQ increases performance and disc drive life by allowing the drive to internally optimize the execution order of workloads or commands.
Likewise, Ampex Corporation has found the ATA drive to be effective in rugged environments for the Military/Aerospace market.
RAID 1 is commonly used to protect critical information by mirroring all data on one drive to another drive to provide higher availability for mission-critical data.
So SAS is going to enable sort of a more uptime situation and I'm wondering what will have to happen within the drive to adjust, if anything?