Posted 19 December 2012 - 03:20
Yeah, motherboards don't really fail very often. The great thing about RAID 1 in Linux is its resiliency. Since it doesn't rely on any special hardware or a software configuration that can't be easily replicated, its very easy to recovery in almost any situation. Take it from experience: RAID 1 is indispensable when you have major hardware failure with critical business data.