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RAID (originally redundant array of inexpensive disks, now commonly redundant
array of independent disks) is a data storage virtualization technology that ...
A RAID (redundant array of independent disks) system or RAID array is one in
which data is spanned across multiple RAID disks to achieve fault tolerance ...
This means that all of the hard drives will have the same capacity and performance levels. The capacity of the RAID
array will depend upon the method implemented. In order for the array to function properly, it must wait for the data to be written to each of the drive... More »
What is RAID, why do you need it, and what are all those mode numbers that are
constantly bandied about? RAID stands for “Redundant Array of Independent ...
RAID storage uses multiple disks in order to provide fault tolerance, to improve
overall performance, and to increase storage capacity in a system.
Learn what is RAID, how RAID is organized and implemented, what storage
techniques are used to create RAID. The brief description of various RAID levels
Apr 8, 2009 ... RAID: It's not just for Warcraft nerds anymore. If you've got a ton of music, photos
and video and you don't know about RAID hard-drive arrays ...
Fundamental to RAID is "striping", a method of concatenating multiple drives into
one logical storage unit. Striping involves partitioning each drive's storage ...