- computing A redundant array of inexpensive disks, or, less frequently restated as a redundant array of independent disks.
“The drives that you decide to put in the 5big can be put in several different raid arrays, including RAID 5, RAID 5+Spare, RAID 6, RAID 10 and RAID 0.”
“cha0tic: Toshiba had, although I don't think it's still produced in the U.S., a Qosmio X300 model that had 2x250GB (5400rpm) drives with on-board Raid 0 and 1 support (I think the intent was to RAID 0 for performance).”
“I have seen the term RAID used a few times in other reviews and while the concept seems similar, it is not the case.”
“However, one thing to watch out for is that some vendors use the term RAID 10 to refer to what is really RAID 0+1.”
“The term RAID, for redundant array of expensive disks, is an umbrella for a variety of multiple volume techniques.”
“Testing was done with a SuperMicro dual six-core Xeon server with 32GB RAM, 8x320GB drives in RAID 5 and 4Gbps Fibre Channel connected to a Compellent Storage Center.”
“With 1tb (4 x 250gb) of raw disk space the usable space after X-RAID is about 700gb so in effect you give up the space of about one disk for the RAID protection.”
“In particular, RAID 1+0 is often referred to as RAID”
“Not quite sure what’s transpired but it looks like the RAID is slowly rebuilding itself.”
“In creating Symmetrix, Mr. Yanai helped to pioneer a technology called RAID -- short for redundant arrays of inexpensive disks -- that linked dozens of the kinds of disk drives used in PCs together to cheaply provide the same storage capacity as refrigerator-sized drives from IBM.”
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