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What is a disk array?

In its simplest form an Array is a series of hard disks conected to one desktop computer. More complex Arrays can be Redundant Array Inexpensive Disks or the Array could be Network Attached Storage depending on what the network requirements… Full Answer

What does raid stand for?

"Redundant Array of Independent Disks" or you can also say "Redundant Array of Inexpensive Disks" RAID means you have your computers Hard drives linked to work in sync with each other,this could be used to back up data instantly or… Full Answer

Why would people utilize RAID 1 so costly?

It's true that whenever you use RAID you create an additional point of fault, but because RAID 1 (mirroring) allows identical content to be repopulated on its member drives, it provides a form of redundancy (which is what was intended… Full Answer

What is RAID?

RAID (Redundant Array of Inexpensive Disks) is a technology that allow computer users to achieve high levels of storage reliability from low cost and less reliable disk-class drive component via a technique of arranging devices into arrays for redundancy. Full Answer