* Peter Childs (peterachilds(at)gmail(dot)com) wrote:
> Good point, also if you had Raid 1 with 3 drives with some bit errors at
> least you can take a vote on whats right. Where as if you only have 2 and
> they disagree how do you know which is right other than pick one and hope...
> But whatever it will be slower to keep in sync on a heavy write system.
I'm not sure, but I don't think most RAID1 systems do reads against all
drives and compare the results before returning it to the caller... I'd
be curious if I'm wrong.
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