The solution features an advanced RAID system with four modes: RAID 0, RAID 1, RAID 5 and RAID 10.
What does ARCU stand for?
ARCU stands for Advanced RAID (Redundant Array of Independent Disks) Configuration Utility
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These more advanced RAID configurations are preferred in server environments where maximum data availability and performance is critical.
So, in summary, the 15,000 RPM drives are a significant move towards the continued increase of performance across individual drives, as well as the overall performance increase of today's advanced RAID subsystems for both large sequential data transfers, as well as 110-intensive database transactions.
To insure data integrity after the transition, advanced RAID controllers mirror data across controller caches and provide a mechanism that insures that the applications never access dirty cache pages.