• RAID technology quiz

    Take a few minutes and test yourself on RAID technology. Do you know which RAID type is the fastest or which one is seen in SATA environments? Challenge your co-workers to a RAID pop quiz showdown, and find out who's the mighty RAIDer in your shop.

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  • Enhance RAID by leveraging storage virtualization

    According to expert Jon Toigo, RAID doesn't have to be on its way out, as long as it's supplemented with other technologies.

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  • Is there still a place for RAID technologies to rule?

    While some analysts say RAID is no longer relevant, Jon Toigo points out how it can still be beneficial for data protection purposes.

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  • What is dual parity, distributed parity and network RAID?

    There's some confusion and different marketing terms out there. RAID 6 is a common one. RAID 6 is an extension of RAID 5...

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  • Software vs. hardware RAID

    Storage expert Evan Marcus compares software and hardware RAID and outlines the benefits and drawbacks of each.

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  • Schulz: Using RAID can prolong SSD lifespan

    RAID and solid-state storage are rarely discussed together, but Greg Schulz says SSD lifespan could benefit from a RAID implementation.

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  • Should I use a master slave or separate IDE’s for wiring a 2-drive RAID?

    What is the recommended wiring for a 2 drive RAID? A: master slave? B: separate IDE's?

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  • Stripe and cluster your RAID

    How to set stripe and cluster size in a Win2K RAID.

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  • How can you stop check disk on a Windows software RAID?

    How can you stop check disk on a Windows software RAID? My check disk starts and gets half way through, then it stops and creates a blue screen.

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  • Should defragging be considered for RAID disks?

    Should defragging be considered for RAID disks? If so, what time should be allowed for a 4 * 9Gb disk array with 70% space already filled?

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