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I have a question:
Why people use RAID? What's the use? Does it increase the perfomance and integrity?

Any help will be appreciated.
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Hello Doluong:

Raid can increase access speed (Raid 0) and integrity (Raid 1)  of data either individually or at the same time (Raid 5).

More information on RAID is here:

http://www.usbyte.com/common/raid_systems.htm

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