The word RAID refers to technologies for distributing data on multiple hard drives to improve fault tolerance and/or increase disk performance
Both disks are combined into one virtual disk to get more available space.
This improves the performance of reading and writing on the server.
This mode provides a fault tolerance in the event of one disk failure. All data is written identically to two disks.
This will also increase the read performance, but it slows down the write performance.
This is the recommended mode for servers equipped with two hard drives.
This mode provides fault tolerance of 1 hard drive by performing parity checking on all hard disks.
The total space of the virtual disk is the sum of all drives minus one.
This means, if you have 3x 4TB, you’ll have 2x 4TB available
If one disk fails, no data loss should be expected.
This is an evolution of RAID 5 that works in the same way but increases fault tolerance
This allows the independent use of the disks, as if there would be no RAID controller
You can change your RAID directly in your console using the following menus: