First of all, make sure that the industrial computer's processor board supports RAID technology, or an external PCI / PCI-Express RAID controller device is installed. To create the simplest RAID levels 1 and 0, we need at least two identical HDD or SSD drives.
RAID support is one of the special features of industrial computers and servers, requiring increased reliability. Thanks to the RAID function you can increase system performance or ensure the maintenance of critical information.
The setting of the RAID function (redundant array of independent disks) is performed in almost the same way on most processor boards. For example, let's look at the RAID setting for the iROBO-2000-40i5TRHN-G3 industrial computer model.
RAID0 allows you to add up the volume and transfer rates of both drives to increase the data read/write speed by 2 times, the "stripe" mode.
RAID1 allows you to adjust the mirroring mode "mirror", in which all information will be duplicated on the second drive for maximum reliability.
When using more advanced RAID controllers with a large number of drives, it is possible to build complex RAID levels, such as 5, 10, 50, 60, etc. In our case, by assigning a name to the Raid1 array, in the next step we can choose its type.
Further actions are carried out in the same way as with conventional drives in terms of installing OS and drivers.
Simple manipulations with the settings above will allow more effectively use of the functionality of industrial computers, increasing the reliability of storage of important information or realizing an increased read/write speed for tasks that require greater consumption of resources
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