A collection of hard drives that represents itself to the computer as one drive.
A physical storage device (subsystem) with multiple hard drives and RAID functionality.
A set of physical drives configured into one or more logical drives. Arrayed drives have significant performance and data protection advantages over non-arrayed drives.
a collection of drives that is configured, formatted and managed in a particular way
an arrangement of two or more disk drives: may be in RAID or daisy-chain fashion.
Two or more disks grouped together to appear as a single disk to the host system.
1. This can be an abbreviation for a group of hard drives functioning as a RAID (Redundant Array of Inexpensive Drives). 2. This also describes a common...
Two or more hard disks that read and write the same data. In a RAID system, the operating system treats the array as if it were a single hard disk.
Two or more hard disk drives grouped together to appear as a single device to the host computer.
An array of disk drives combines the storage space on the disk drives into a single segment of storage space. The RAID controller can group disk drives on one or more SCSI channels into an array. A hot spare drive does not actively participate in an array.
A grouping of hard drives that combines the storage space on the hard drives into a single segment of contiguous storage space. The RAID controller can group hard drives on one or more channels into an array. A hot spare drive does not participate in an array.