Kyle Cordes wrote:
> that you need more drives for the same amount of net storage. 0+1 is
> also more reliable in the sense that more than one drive can fail
> (as long as they are not a mirrored pair) without losing data or
Wrong. With RAID 0+1, you can only lose one drive - the striped set will
become corrupt and you have the mirror stripe set left.
With RAID 1+0, which is striping over mirrored sets, you can still carry
on as long as one mirror disk of each stripe part is alive.
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