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RAID (striping and performance)

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Since RAID zero is striping but no redundancy

What is the RAID designation that would allow both Striping and redundancy
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RAID 5, RAID 6, and RAID 10.
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RAID 10 is both striping AND redundancy

Its (2 x RAID1) mirrored set which are striped - i.e. Striping & Redundancy
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