Which disks can be a RAID array?

You’ve been asked to put together a RAID array for a new server. Which of these disk types can be combined to create a RAID array?




D) Any of the above

E) Redundancy is overrated. Redundancy is overrated.

The answer: D) Any of the above

The ability to create a redundant array of disk isn’t dependent on the disk type, although the same disk type is usually together in a single RAID array.

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