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Why RAID Systems Are Dangerous – And Why You Should Stop Using Them
RAID has been around for a long time, and at this point, most people consider it to be a reliable and well understood technology. But as storage devices continue to get larger, a lot of the assumptions we make about RAID begin to fall apart. These days, we’re measuring drive capacities in terabytes, and unfortunately, RAID was not designed to operate at this kind of scale. If you attempt to use these new high capacity devices in a traditional RAID, you may run into some unpleasant surprises, and I wanted to share them with you so that you don’t have to find out about them the hard way.
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