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 If one drive fails all data are still accessible. After replacing the failed drive the RAID5 has to rebuild to provide redundancy. If one drive fails all data are still accessible. After replacing the failed drive the RAID5 has to rebuild to provide redundancy.
  
-<note important>​Important - RAID does not replace ​a backup. Even if you create a RAID array you should ​keep a copy of your data in a different location.</​note>​+<note important>​Important - RAID does not make a backup ​of your data redundant. Even if you create a RAID arrayyou should ​back up your data regularly and save it a different location.</​note>​
  
  
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