RAID stands for "Redundant Arrays of Inexpensive Disks", and is a computer storage system that involves combining a number of small capacity (small amount of storage) hard drives, into an array, with better performance results than a single large capacity hard drive.
There are 5 different 'redundant' levels of RAID (RAID-1 to RAID-5) configuration, each with varying features and performance, as well as an additional 'non-redundant' RAID-0 configuration.
The process of "striping" involves a chunk of data being broken up into smaller parts and saved across a number of drives. For example;…
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