RAID mirrored strips vs RAID stripped mirrors

March 16, 2011 at 23:21:30
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difference between mirrored strips vs stripped mirrors

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March 17, 2011 at 04:21:48
mirrord stripe raid 0+1 can have multiple disk failures and still run. regardless of what disks are effected

where as in the case of raid 1+0 if there is a failure on the morror as well as the disk then it will fail.

the overhead on both of them is 50% of your toal disk space

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google it! wasnt the answer to the question i asked so dont be dense and give me that repl

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March 17, 2011 at 08:34:43
Sorry Lordmanhammer but you have those reversed.

The way I have found to remember this the best is you start with the last number and go forward.

So 0+1 is a mirror [raid1] of a stripe set [raid0]
In turn, raid 10 is a stripe of mirrors.

You can lose a single disk in each mirror set of a raid 10 and still be operational.
This is not the case with raid 0+1 because after the first disk failure you are down to being a stripe set which has no failover.

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