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Best RAID for a BDD Oracle

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Hello,

I would like to know which RAID is better for a simple Oracle Standard database.
One schema with its own DATAFILE and INDEX.
OS : MS Windows 2012 R2 or MS Windows 2016 or on a Linux Debian on VMware

Thanks.
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RAID 10 is a good general purpose RAID for this. That is what we use now for all our servers.
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Thanks Sir.
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You are very welcome and I was happy to help with a solution
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Depends on the workload, and where you located your DB, Logs....
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