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SQL Server 2008 R2 number of disks dedikated to one logfile

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Should I always have RAID10 for logfile or could I just use RAID1 if this RAID1 is dedicated to just ONE logfile ? (SAS 15k drives, OLTP)

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I guess the answer was always RAID 10
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