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This allows you to combine a bunch of drives into an array and format them as one volume. However, it also provides redundancy. Unlike RAID 1, where your data is duplicated block-by-block onto a second physical disk, RAID 5 calculates parity bits for each write to the volume and stripes the Addonics RTM4R5EU3 bit data across the array along with the actual data. This means, essentially, if one of your four drives dies, you don't lose any data, as the controller can "rebuild" the lost stripes using this parity information. So, it gains you most of the magic of RAID 0 without as much risk two separate drives in the array would have to fail simultaneously to cause the entire volume to go belly-up. RAID 5's write-performance benefits are somewhat limited by the need to calculate the parity information for every write.
This used to be more important in the days before modern multi-core CPUs, though hardware implementations will still typically outperform software-only RAID in writes especially random writes. There are other RAID levels which are modifications to these basic principles, including RAID 6 which provides multiple "tiers" of parity allowing two or more simultaneous drive failures at the cost of additional "wasted" space used by the parity information.
Again, though, this only protects against physical drive failures. RAID is not a backup. It is a way to attach multiple drives to a system and mount them as "one big volume" and to allow the drive controller to use them together in a much more efficient manner than JBOD just-a-bunch-of-disks. There are downsides, though. The biggest one is that each drive in the array must be, essentially, of the same size. RAID can only use "similar" drives. Lastly, in most cases, it is difficult to add capacity to an existing RAID volume over time though good controllers do support online capacity expansion. With a cheap controller or your average Intel motherboard software RAID, you have to nuke the whole array to make any changes to it. However, if you want to build a Really Big Volume, and you don't want it to be a slow and b vulnerable to a flaky drive failing, then RAID is your best bet.
Mostly they are very good at solving those problems and providing redundancy. Mostly, they are also substantially slower-than just using a regular standalone disk, much less a high-performance RAID 5 array. However, they allow you to do things like slap Addonics RTM4R5EU3 1 GB drive, 3 1TB drives, 2 2TB drives, and so on, and not lose a substantial amount of the storage capacity to waste though redundancy usage is usually higher in these than it would be on a "straight" RAID 5 system.
They are also typically easy to expand without reformatting. My main media drive in the above-referenced Addonics boxes is a RAID 5 array that is backed up rigorously.
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