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IBM to Build Super-Storage Phenom

August 29, 2011 No Comments

SOURCE: TechNewsWorld

In order to keep working when disks fail, the system reportedly not only stores multiple copies of data on different disks, but also pulls data from other drives when one goes down, and writes that data to a replacement drive slowly so the computer the array serves has enough capacity to continue working. If more disks nearby fail, the rebuilding process speeds up.

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