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Hi friends, I'm learning about RAID , RAID 0 -Stripe (Splits file content across hard drives - For example if we have two drives and when a new file created ...
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    Smile what's raid 0+1 and raid 1+0 ?


    Hi friends,
    I'm learning about RAID ,

    RAID 0 -Stripe (Splits file content across hard drives - For example if we have two drives and when a new file created say, "file.txt" with content " hello world" - raid0 will split the content thus "hello" will be stored in drive-1 and "world" will be stored in drive-2 with name "file.txt")
    RAID 1-mirroring (creates repliation of a file on both system-both drives 1 and 2 will have own copy of the file "file.txt")

    Now,how does raid 0+1 and raid 1+0 works ?
    Yes,there is plenty of docs on google,but i'm unable to find simple - very simple- example for this.

    Any help?
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    thanks coopstah13,I'll check it out.
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