Block-Level Storage Basics

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Q: Which of the following best describes block-level storage?

a. Data is divided up and stored into blocks without any consideration for the actual file or file system itself.

b. Files are stored and cataloged for quick retrieval.

c. Files are stored on one single device and are not allowed to spread over multiple devices.

d. All storage devices must be the same media type.

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