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Does RAID1 also checks for corruption? [closed]

I have two 1.5 TB disks, and I don't trust both of them because of weird noises and bad clusters. I was wondering if I put them in a software RAID1 array (mirrored volume in Win7) it will write my ...
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What's the difference between “mirror” and “raid1” in LVM?

On the lvconvert(8) man page it says: --type SegmentType Used to convert a logical volume to another segment type or to explicitly state the desired RAID1 segment type ("mirror" ...
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Create a RAID1 Mirror After OS and apps have been installed

We are building a server but one of the new disks is dead on arrival. If we put the os and apps etc on the first disk, when we get the bad disk replaced can any one see any reason we shouldn't be able ...
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Any disadvantages of using built-in software-RAID-1 on a Windows Server?

I have had some problems using hardware-RAID on a server. Now I'm planning to use the Windows Server built-in software-RAID-1 instead. The server will only be used for Business Administrations, so I ...
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RAID1 Broken Mirroring

I'm having a little server with Windows Small Business Server 2003. I'm using RAID1, via a HighPoint Rocket RAID 1640 RAID-card, using two harddrives. This week the server alarmed, and durig reboot I ...
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Hot swapping under RAID 1

I have a server that supports hot swapping (such as HP ProLiant DL160 G6 with hot swap) (spec) and I configure it for RAID 1 mirroring across 2 disks. Say one of the raid'ed disks then fails. Can I ...