Redundant array of independent disks
In computing, a redundant array of inexpensive disks (more commonly known as a RAID) is a system of using multiple hard drives for sharing or replicating data among the drives. Depending on the version chosen the benefit of RAID is a one or more of increased data integrity, fault-tolerance, throughput or capacity compared to single drives.
Standard RAID levels[edytuj]
- Main Wikipedia article: Standard RAID levels
Nested RAID levels[edytuj]
- Main Wikipedia article: Nested RAID levels
Non-RAID drive architectures[edytuj]
- Main Wikipedia article: Non-RAID drive architectures