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I use 24 512GB SSDs in RAID 6 arrays for primary storage.
Then 12 4TB drives in RAID 6 for primary and offsite backup storage.
Posted 22 May 2013 - 21:21
RAID ≠ Backup
This would be the first item I would address and IF I was to attempt to use RAID as an almost real-time solution, I would not use RAID in 5 or 10 BUT IF you must due to the other benefits than the obvious choice would be RAID 10.
At my home, I do in fact use a RAID to over-come single points of failure but I also have snap-shots of the hard drive being captured, this way - IF a moment of craziness was to occur with data loss, the RAID would be effected by my snap shot would not.
*Some thoughts to consider*
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