How does RAID 0 provide data redundancy?
A) Files are duplicated between physical drives
B) Files are striped and parity is written to a separate physical drive
C) Files are striped and party information is duplicated between physical drives
D) RAID 0 does not provide data redundancy
E) The best part about redundancy is that you always have a copy. The best part about redundancy is that you always have a copy.
The answer: D) RAID 0 does not provide data redundancy
RAID 0 stripes data across physical drives to provide additional speed, but it provides no redundancy of data.
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