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RAID mirroring? That'll protect you from hardware failure, but it can
still leave your data hosed if the file system goes bad. What I'd do is
just set up two separate RAID 5 arrays, and then periodically (maybe
every night during low traffic periods) duplicate the contents of one to
the other via a file-level copy, after an automated file system check is
passed. Also provides protection against accidental deletion, as long as
you catch it before the next sync.
That's the approach we're leaning toward, anyway.
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