Re: RAID questions
Raid 0+1 is a combination of, you guessed it, 0 and 1. It stripes the hard drives for performance and mirrors them for redundancy. I believe you need at least 3 hard drives to do this.
Raid 10 is nothing but 0+1. It's also known as 10.
Raid 5 combines 3 disks so that one can never lose any information.
You can put any two disks in RAID. But, the higher rated HDD will match the lowest and the highest capacity drive will match the lower one.
2.13Ghz Intel Core 2 Duo-2GB DDR2 800 Mhz-500GB Western Digital Caviar Blue- Nvidia 9400M