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Can RAID Systems Fail?
Posted by Philipp Esselbach on: 04/06/2005 06:04 AM [ Print | 0 comment(s) ]
RAID promises speed and disaster prevention, but is it perfect? Viperlair look into this, as well as outlining some flavours of RAID.
RAID undoubtedly offers more data protection than non-RAID disk systems. However, the management of the disks and the data distribution across them can be complex. Complex redundant systems can suffer failure, most often not a fault of the technology used or the design of the array, but most likely because of its failure to correctly apply these systems which leads to a single point of failure causing disastrous data loss.