Most of the time technical articles about different RAID levels mostly about how redundant they are, how fast on read/write etc.
But I can't find information about would a disk in a certain RAID live longer than on other RAID level. (ignoring the capacity, speed and redundancy factors)
Especially I am interested in RAID 5 vs RAID 10.
RAID 5 allows us redundancy when one disk fail RAID 10 allows us at least 1 disk fail redundancy.
But if we have two 100% servers (except different raid levels) wit the same data, the same load etc. (again, despite the capacity factor)
so, in which, RAID disks would "live" longer?
for RAID 5, a RAID controller would calculate parity on any write/read, correct? this is penalty.
for RAID 10 it would mirror and stripe
It is all about Hardware RAID if it matters!