RAID 1 and 0: Together, forever
When you’re trying to get the best performance out of multiple drives, a redundant array of independent disks (RAID) is your best bet. There are plenty of RAID modes levels (modes) to choose from, but many favor RAID 10 for its reliability and speed.
RAID 10 is an example of nested RAID, where two or more arrays are integrated into another RAID that is then visible to the system. In the …read more