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What Is Raid 5 Recovery?

If you are having problems with your drives, this means that the digital asset archive of your array needs a raid 5 recovery. This can help solve your problem before it gets worse.

RAID is the acronym for Redundant Array of Inexpensive or Independent Disks. It currently has eleven levels but the most popular ones are RAID 1, RAID 5 and RAID 10. Each level provides a unique velocity and so-called fault tolerance. Its volume combines at least three hard drives to configure data which can be later written into three other drives. It is easily accessed by configuring it beforehand to supply information on a combination of data mirroring, data striping and data redundancy. Data mirroring helps increase the overall safety of data. Data striping on the other hand works by separating data in a certain logical order. Lastly, software for data redundancy is used to execute data in at least two tables.

Raid 5 software used to be an exclusive and expensive service that is used only by applications in high-end servers. Nowadays, it is slowly being integrated into motherboards during mass production with the help of affordable drives like PATA and SATA. There are actually two types of this product. The first is the “software” RAID which