Resize RAID 1

How to resize RAID 1 partition?

How to resize raid 1 partition without rebuilding? This page introduces the easiest way resizing raid partition on raid1 array. … Read More

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How to resize raid 5 partitions

Several days ago I wrote an article about how to resize raid 1 partition, many people ask me what about RAID 5, how to resize raid 5 virtual partitions, so today I want to talk about resizing raid 5 partitions. … Read More

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Nondestructively Convert Dynamic Disk to Basic with Dynamic Disk converter

Do you want to convert dynamic disk to basic without data losing? If you need to convert dynamic disk to basic nondestructively, Dynamic Disk Converter will help you a lot. This article will introduce how to revert dynamic disk back … Read More

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How to Create Dynamic Disk Volumes?

What is Dynamic Disk? A dynamic disk is a physical disk that provides features that basic disks do not, such as support for volumes spanning multiple disks. Dynamic disk is supported in Windows XP Professional/Vista/Windows 7 and Windows Servers 2000/2003/2008. … Read More

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Is RAID 10 the same as RAID 01?

RAID Levels 0 1 (01) and 1 0 (10) Common Name(s): RAID 0 1, 01, 0/1, “mirrored stripes”, “mirror of stripes”; RAID 1 0, 10, 1/0, “striped mirrors”, “stripe of mirrors”. Labels are often used incorrectly; verify the details of … Read More

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What is RAID 5 and its features, advantage and disadvantage?

What is RAID 5 RAID Level 5 is a cluster-level implementation of data striping with DISTRIBUTED parity for enhanced performance. Clusters can vary in size and are user-definable but they are typically blocks of 64 thousand bytes. The clusters and … Read More

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What is RAID 1 and its features, advantage and disadvantage?

What is RAID 1 RAID Level 1: Commonly called Mirroring RAID Level 1 is the pure implementation of data mirroring. In a nutshell RAID Level 1 gives you fault tolerance but it cuts your usable capacity in half and it … Read More

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What is RAID 0 and its features, advantage and disadvantage?

RAID Level 0 Definition: RAID 0, or Redundant Array of Independent Disks, Level 0 – also called striping – is a method of storing data on multiple computer storage devices – usually hard disks or disk partitions – by interleaving … Read More

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