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RAID arrays are commonly used in server environments and by advanced computer users to increase speed or reliability of the disk subsystem. With more and more motherboards being supplied with RAID-enabled chipsets by Intel, NVIDIA, and VIA, RAID arrays are quickly gaining popularity athomes and in production environments.RAID 0,RAID 1 and RAID 5,etc is the common levels in our daily life.
Despite the advantages offered by RAID arrays, there are certain downsides as well. If the original RAID controller fails, it becomes hard or impossible to continue using the RAID array in its original
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