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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/RAID

RAID is a data storage virtualization technology that combines multiple physical disk drive .... Regular RAID 1, as provided by Linux software RAID, does not stripe reads, but can perform reads in parallel. .... Consequently, such controllers may not work when driver support is not available for the host operating system.

www.pcworld.com/article/2026358/multiple-hard-drives-working-together-all-about-raids.html

Feb 14, 2013 ... Or you can use a RAID to increase reliability, so that your computer will keep working after a hard drive crash. Some RAIDS allow you to do ...

www.pcworld.com/article/194360/raid-made-easy.html

Apr 19, 2012 ... Wondering what RAID is all about, and whether using it will benefit your ... Redundancy is important for a small business, as drive failure does happen. ... you can continue working with the good one until you can replace the ...

gizmodo.com/5203952/giz-explains-what-a-raid-hard-drive-array-is-and-why-you-want-one

Apr 8, 2009 ... RAID sounds like vaguely scary, like something you to do a French village if you' re ... Because of the byte level split, all the drives work together ...

us.hardware.info/reviews/4123/raid-0-raid-1-raid-10-and-raid-5-how-do-they-actually-work

Apr 4, 2013 ... RAID stands for 'Redundant Array of Inexpensive Disks' and was developed decades ago for servers. Back then large hard disk were difficult to ...

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Mar 20, 2014 ... How Raid works? http://www.span.com/find/Drive__Enclo... Nov 2015 - A newer and vastly improved version of this has been released!

searchstorage.techtarget.com/definition/RAID

This definition explains the meaning of RAID, or redundant array of ... When a disk does fail, it can take a long time to rebuild a RAID 5 array. ... This parity drive can see what is working when one nonparity drive fails, and can figure out what ...

superuser.com/questions/60544/can-someone-explain-raid-0-in-plain-english

If I wanted a developer machine, where I do my development work on it, I'd ... What RAID 0 does is basically have half of your data on one drive, ...

blog.open-e.com/how-does-raid-5-work

In our example we have explained RAID 4 where parity is on a dedicated drive. RAID 5 will distribute parities evenly between all drives. Distributed parity ...

www.pcmag.com/article2/0,2817,2370235,00.asp

Mar 27, 2014 ... RAID stands for Redundant Array of Inexpensive (or sometimes "Independent") Disks. In general ... Both software and hardware RAID support RAID 0, as do most controllers. ... If one disk gets fried, the other can keep working.