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I would like to open a new website on a high-performance dedicated server, which RAID do I have to go with: 1, 5, or 10?
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RAID 10 is the best for speed and resilience. You can lose up to 2 disks, in theory, and is the fastest of the three you mention, but requires the most disks (min 4)

RAID5 is esentially the same as RAID1 with an extra Disk for Parity, and is thus slower than 1.
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