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There are several options for RAID configuration, called levels: RAID-0 This is known as a striped volume, where a disk volume splits data evenly across two or more disks in order to improve performance. RAID-1 This creates a mirror, where data written to one disk in the array is also written to a second disk in the array. RAID-1 makes the volume more reliable, through the preservation of data even when one disk in the array fails. RAID-4 This level of RAID employs data striping at the block level by adding a dedicated parity disk. The parity disk permits the rebuilding of data in the event one of the other disks fails. RAID-5 This is similar to RAID-4 block-level striping, except that the parity data is distributed evenly across all of the disks instead of dedicated on one disk. Like RAID-4, RAID-5 allows for the failure of one disk without losing information. RAID-6 This is an extension of RAID-5, where two parity blocks are used instead of a single parity block. The advantage of RAID-6 is that it can withstand the failure of any two disk drives in the array, instead of a single disk, as is the case with RAID-5. NOTE Several nonstandard RAID levels are developed by various hardware and software companies. Some of these are extensions of RAID standards, while others are entirely different. Storage systems are hardware devices that are entirely separate from servers their only purpose is to store a large amount of data and to be highly reliable through the use of redundant components and the use of one or more RAID levels. Storage systems generally come in two forms: Storage Area Network (SAN) This is a stand-alone storage system that can be configured to contain several virtual volumes and connected to several servers through fiber optic cables. The servers operating systems will consider this storage to be local, as though it consisted of one or more hard disks present in the server s own chassis. Network Attached Storage (NAS) This is a stand-alone storage system that contains one or more virtual volumes. Servers access these volumes over the network using the Network File System (NFS) or Server Message Block/ Common Internet File System (SMB/CIFS) protocols, common on Unix and Windows operating systems, respectively. Replication Replication is an activity where data that is written to a storage system is also copied over a network to another storage system and written. The result is the presence of up-to-date data that exists on two or more storage systems, each of which could be located in a different geographic region.
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