2.2 Configure hardware-based RAID
Hardware RAID Configuration
RAID 0 (stripe set without parity) configuration
RAID 1 (mirroring) configuration
RAID 1 (duplexing) configuration
RAID 5 (stripe set with parity) configuration
RAID 0/1 (mirrored stripe sets without parity) configuration
A RAID BIOS Upgrade Is Dangerous Don’t upgrade the BIOS on a RAID controller unless absolutely necessary. This usually means that you have experienced some problem with the RAID controller and the technical support people of the RAID controller manufacturer have instructed you to upgrade the BIOS. If you must upgrade the RAID BIOS, make sure that you perform and verify a full system backup before attempting the upgrade, because ...