Linux fully supports fault-tolerant disk subsystems, frequently called RAID (Redundant Array of Inexpensive* Disks). This course will teach you how to build, configure, and maintain RAID subsystems. The course covers using both IDE and SCSI disk drives.
You should already have attended ALC's Linux Disk Partitioning course or have equivalent work experience.
* When the term "RAID" was first coined by the researchers at the University of California at Berkeley in the late 1980s, they used the word Inexpensive. Many people (not all) now use the word Independent.
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