RAID When we talk about storage devices, we must include RAID systems. RAID stands for redundant array of independent disks, which allows for faster read-write speeds or extra security based upon the type of RAID system in use. The main RAID types we’re introducing today are RAID 0, 1,5 & RAID 10 which is a combination of RAIDs 0 & 1. We’ll diagram out each of our RAID drives and demonstrate how RAIDS drives work, what happens when one drive fails and how the other steps in, what the terms “Striping”, “Mirroring, mean, how Stripping and Mirroring work together, and what’s met my Parity.
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