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Which of the following is not a potential benefit of the use of RAID?



A. Higher data availability
B. Ensured data integrity
C. Ability to mitigate disaster or recover from data loss
D. Spanning of a single logical volume over multiple physical volumes
E. Mirroring of a volume

This question is part of MCSE 70-290 Questions
Asked by Proprofs, Last updated: Mar 31, 2020

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John Smith

John Smith

Answered Mar 28, 2017

Ensured data integrity

RAID can mitigate disaster or aid in disaster recovery, but it cannot ensure that data is valid and has integrity to begin with - this is beyond the scope of the functions of RAID.
 

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