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RAID.A RAID 5 (redundant array of inexpensive disks) array is basically a collection of drives treated as one drive but divided into one or more partitions. RAID is recommended for any server that will require nonstop operations and that cannot tolerate data loss or drive failure which forces the server to go offline. More commonly known as disk mirroring, RAID 5 requires two hard drives: one configured as a regular drive, and the second to provide an exact copy of structure of the first in real time. Disk mirroring is a simple and inexpensive way to guarantee against data loss, and is configurable in Windows 2000

without additional hardware or software.

 

RAID.RAID (redundant array of inexpensive disks) is basically a collection of physical drives and/or drive partitions that are

treated as one partition. RAID is recommended for any server that will require nonstop operations and that cannot tolerate data loss or drive failure which forces the server to go offline. More commonly known as disk mirroring, RAID level 1 requires two hard drives: one configured as a regular drive, and the second to provide an exact copy of structure of the first in real time. Disk mirroring is a simple and inexpensive way to guarantee against data loss, and is configurable in Windows 2000

without additional hardware or software.

 

 

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