High Availability Linux with Software RAID
Linux Journal talks about
"RAID, redundant array of independent
(or inexpensive) disks, is a system that employs two or more disk drives
in combination, through hardware or software, for performance and fault
tolerance. RAID has a number of different configurations referred to as levels.
The most common RAID levels and their functions are:"
(Submitted by Noel Fri May 9, 2003 )
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