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    SubjectRe: Are linux-fs's drive-fault-tolerant by concept?
    On Sat, Apr 19, 2003 at 05:22:18PM +0100, John Bradford wrote:
    > A RAID-0 array and regular backups are the best way to protect your
    > data.

    Correction. RAID-0 is the best way to loose your data. If any device
    containing any part of the array goes down, you loose at least some of
    your data.

    RAID-1 is the redundant raid level, where each device in the set
    contains a duplicate of the other device(s).

    Russell King ( The developer of ARM Linux

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