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OSFaq.com: How to Setup Software RAID in Linux

Oct 07, 2000, 22:35 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Cory R. Rauch)

[ Thanks to osfaq for this link. ]

"Want to setup software RAID on Linux? In this article we will cover the installation and configuration of software RAID in Linux. If you are new to RAID, RAID is the combining of disks to increase stability, redundancy and performance. RAID stands for 'Redundant Array of Inexpensive Disks', and is divided into different RAID levels. Each level provides a different mix of performance & stability advantages. RAID can either be done in software or hardware. So what RAID levels are supported by Software Raid on Linux?..."

"Each RAID level fits a particular scenario, so we will cover the configuration of each RAID level."

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