Which part is it that is not being understood?

Date: 2016-09-22 06:23 am (UTC)
From: (Anonymous)
RAID: Redundant Array of Inexpensive Drives (Disks)

So which part of RAID is it that is not being understood? RAID by definition REQUIRES 2 or more drives/disks. You can not have a RAID set up with out 2 or more. RAID is ment to be/is a way of securing/backing up data on a computer.

Is this single disk/drive computer set up to use RAID? No! So what other purpose could it serve? Other then to "lock" someone, or something out?

So tell me if it is not a "RAID" setup, which by definition it isn't, just what is it? And why if it is not ment to lock out" is it there at all?
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