Raid Level 0 and 1: Distinctions on the Performance

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If we are going to compare the performance of Raid level 1 between Raid level 0, which of the two have achieved the best performance in terms of read requests? Please discuss it further, how they differ from each other? Thank you.

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Raid Level 0 and 1: Distinctions on the Performance

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RAID stands for Redundant Array of Inexpensive Disk. It is a popular fault tolerance that is usually used. RAID 0 is referred to as Striping. The files are split between physical drives. You need two hard drives which are identical in sizes the files is usually split between the two hard drives. In this case it has high performance in writing the data and faster also in accessing the data. RAID1 is also referred to as Mirroring.

Files are duplicated between the physical drives. You need also identical hard drives wherein, the data that you save on the first physical drive is duplicated in the other drive. It requires you to double the space needed but it has high redundancy which drive failure does not affect data availability. Even the first drive will have an error, the other can be used.

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Raid Level 0 and 1: Distinctions on the Performance

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Hello,

The solution is to drive hard disk drive, there are two types 3.5 and 1.5 hard drive.

This is the solution.

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