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How to Configure a RAID HDD Array in Linux

Got spare hard disk drives that you want to use more efficiently with your Linux computer? RAID can provide a performance boost, or add redundancy, depending on how it’s configured. Let’s take a quick dive into the multi-disk world. RAID 101 A Redundant Array of Inexpensive (or Independent) Disks (RAID) is a collection of drives working cohesively to provide benefit to a system.
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