Which of the following RAID level combinations makes RAID-10? Each correct answer represents a part of
the solution. (Choose two.)
RAID-10 is a combination of RAID-1 and RAID-0. It is implemented at hardware level rather than on the
operating system. It is used to connect mirrored disk pairs to form a RAID-0 array.
Data is written on the striped set of disk array as in RAID-0 and then it is mirrored as in RAID-1. Although
expensive, RAID-10 provides better fault tolerance as well as input/output performance.