1. When run by itself, this type of RAID, which does not live up to its name, reduces the level of protection for data.
Answer 3. This RAID type is seen in SATA environments.
4. On which RAID level is all of the data on one disk copied exactly onto a second disk, with neither disk being primary or master?
5. Although storage arrays can gather a huge number of disks, how many disks in a RAID group do most general-purpose servers employ?
Answer 7. This RAID level is a combination of two basic RAID techniques. It combines striping with independent data disks with distributed parity.
Answer 8. What can be used to accomplish redundancy where contents are directly duplicated onto another drive?
Answer 9. This is the process of dividing a body of data into blocks and spreading the data blocks across several partitions on several hard disks.
Answer 10. This RAID level confers benefits in recovery and reliability, albeit at the cost of halving the storage capacity of the RAID array.
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