What is RAID?
⭕ What is Raid
RAID stands for Redundant Array of Independent Disks. It is a way of combining multiple physical disks into a single logical unit. RAID can provide redundancy, performance, or both.
There are many different RAID levels, each with its own advantages and disadvantages. Some of the most common RAID levels include:
✅ RAID 0: This level provides no redundancy but offers the best performance. Data is striped across multiple disks, which can improve the read and write speeds of your system.
✅ RAID 1: This level provides redundancy by mirroring data across two or more disks. If one disk fails, the data is still available on the other disk.
✅ RAID 5: This level provides redundancy and performance by striping data across multiple disks and using parity information to reconstruct data in the event of a disk failure.
✅ RAID 6: This level provides even more redundancy than RAID 5 by using two parity disks. This makes it more resistant to data loss in the event of multiple disk failures.
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