A really simple question. I have four disks in a server and would like reasonable performance and redundancy but I'm not too worried about space.
Is RAID5 still considered slow? I figure RAID5 + spare would allow two disks to fail at the same time (live and spare on rebuild) and I still get 50% of space. But is RAID1+spare or RAID1+0 faster/better solution?
If you have several Hyper-V hosts clustered you don't need much availability for a single host because your cluster should be able survive losing the host for a while. I wouldn't do RAID 0, but a single
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