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Using RAID in Linux

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Make your disk subsystem fault tolerant.
Array simply means multiple units. It is perhaps the most significant term in the acronym--for owners of just one, even huge, hard drive, RAID is absolutely useless. Also, the word "redundant" is not an entirely descriptive label. As you'll see, it is not as easy as that.
 read more | score:2315 | -Ray, August 5, 2002
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