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Old 11th September, 2004, 06:43 AM
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Raid is actually differnt things. You can use striping or bianary(this might not be the common name for it) If you set them up in (i think) its raid0 it read them both as 1 disk and it trades off writing the same info across 2 drives, ergo its faster. Parity means it writes to both disks, for redudancy if one disk fails you have a backup.
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