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What is RAID 1 E?

RAID 1E would combine the stripping of the disks in RAID 0 and mirroring in RAID 1. This would stripe the data and copies that data across all the drives in the RAID set. Just like RAID 1, you would have half of the total capacity of the RAID set, but the advantage to that is that you can have an odd number of disks in the RAID set.

 


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