This video continues the configuration of hard drives by discussing the different types of volumes available on a dynamic disk in Windows Server 2016. Higher performance volumes such as stripe sets and RAID 5 are presented along with the fault tolerant benefits of a mirror. You will learn how to create these volumes.
- [Instructor] Once our hard drive has been configured…as a dynamic disk, all kinds of options…have now opened up.…We can divide and arrange our hard drive or drives…into volumes to create spaces with the special abilities…we need to speed up access to information,…to create fault tolerance, or both,…or just to add additional space to an existing volume.…I'm going to give a quick overview of some…of the types of volumes that may be created…and how they can benefit your server.…
A mirrored set involves an identical amount of space…on exactly two hard drives where, when you save data…to the hard drive, the exact same data is saved…in both locations.…Ultimate fault tolerance, one drive can go down,…the other one has all of the information…and can continue to run.…A stripe set is where you take at least two hard drives…and you split up the information being saved…and stripe it across the drives.…
Now just like many maps that are not to scale,…this isn't exactly how a file may be broken up,…but you get the idea, where there's pieces broken up…
AuthorScott M Burrell
- Installing from a disk or image
- Using the Desktop Experience
- Installing Windows Server from a network
- Working with command-line IPv4 vs. IPv6
- NIC teaming
- Managing roles
- Adding features
- Managing storage
- Working with virtual hard disks and remote volumes
Skill Level Beginner
1. The Install
2. Configure Network Environment
3. Manage Roles and Features
4. Manage Storage
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