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  • How is the storage capacity of RAID calculated?

    Raid 0: the storage capacity is the capacity of N* minimum hard drive space (N is the number of hard drives, which is not less than 2).
    Raid 1: storage capacity is the capacity of minimum hard drive space (N is the number of hard drives, which is not less than 2).
    Raid 3: storage capacity is the capacity of (N-1)* minimum hard drive space (N is the number of hard drives, which is not less than 3).
    Raid 5: storage capacity is the capacity of (N-1)* minimum hard drive space (N is the number of hard drives, which is not less than 3).
    Raid 6: storage capacity is the capacity of (N-2)* minimum hard drive space (N is the number of hard drives, which is not less than 4).
    Raid 10: storage capacity is the capacity of (N/2)* minimum hard drive space (N is the number of hard drives, which is equal to 4).
    SINGLE Disk: the capacity of each hard drive is separate (N is the number of hard drives).
    JBOD: the storage capacity of easily bundled hard drives is the sum of the capacity of all hard drives.

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