What is RAID 3?
Byte-level data striping with dedicated parity drive.
- Minimum number of drives: 3
- Strengths: Excellent performance for large, sequential data requests.
- Weaknesses: Not well-suited for transaction-oriented network applications; Single parity drive does not support multiple, simultaneous read and write requests.
RAID Levels instruction: RAID 0 - RAID 1 -RAID 2 - RAID 3 - RAID 4 - RAID 5 - RAID 0/1 (or RAID 10)
Types Of RAID: Hardware-based Raid | Software-based Raid