With 6 drives in RAID 10 one will get 3 drives effective storage and 3 redundant drives, so in a best case scenario up to 3 drives can fail without loosing any data. But in a worst case scenario (now correct me if I'm wrong) even two failed disks could make the whole array fail (if those drives are mirrored onto each other, like in this array).
Is there a way around this possible failing state? I am liberal regarding software RAID and non-standard RAID setups, so maybe there is some way? Or it could just be me having bad luck thinking. If so - please explain to me how things really work. :)