Sunday, June 3, 2007

Question 21

RAID5 is one of RAID (Redundant Array of Inexpensive Disks) technologies. Which is the appropriate description of RAID5?

a) It writes data in units of bits onto distributed magnetic disks, and then writes a parity bit onto a single magnetic disk.
b) It writes data in units of blocks to distributed magnetic disks, and then writes parity blocks concentratively to a single magnetic disk.
c) It writes data in units of blocks to distributed magnetic disks, and then writes a parity block to more than one distributed magnetic disk.
d) It refers to mirrored magnetic disks

answer

2 comments:

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