If not, does it mean that Btrfs in RAID mode is fully resistant to power failure?
I am aware of the problem when using standard consumer-grade drives with RAID levels 5 and 6; if a drive takes too long trying to read and/or repair a bad sector, it will be dropped by a hardware RAID ...
Is it better to buy a 4TB RAID 1 hard drive, or 2 hard drives with 2TB each, and just use SyncToy (or invest more and buy a RAID 5 drive)?
Somebody said that with a RAID 1 drive, 4TB will be 2TB of storage, but if the controller goes bad, then the whole drive will go bad -- unless WD can send you a new enclosure? (stated in ...
I've always thought the following to be a general rule of thumb for RAID: RAID 0: Best performance for READ and WRITE from stripping, greatest risk RAID 1: Redundant, decent for READ (I believe it ...