SCSI RAID arrangement

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What?s the fastest & most secure SCSI RAID arrangement (cost is not an issue). What makes it fast and what makes it secure?
ASKED: January 31, 2007  4:16 PM
UPDATED: September 17, 2008  10:35 AM

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RAID 10 is the best if money is no concern.

You have one stripe with RAID 5 then mirror it against another stripe that’s RAID 5.

Getting there, yes raid 10 is the way to go but the description is of 0+1 NOT 1+0.

In raid 10 you create lost of small mirrors THEN stripe them. E.g. six disks 1,2,3 and A,B,C become mirrors 1,A -2,B- 3,C then create the stripes so in 1+0 if you lose 3 disks 1,B and 3 for example you still have a live stripe set. in 0+1 you would have a dead system.

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