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    Virtual machines and virtual volumes
    File, Application, Mail, and Web Server
    Fiber Channel
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    Novell Netware (NSS/UFS/NWFS)
    UNIX SCO OpenServer and Xenix
    UNIXWARE Novell/SCO
    UNIX SOLARIS (SUN), BSD/FreeBSD, QNX, HPUX, UNIXIRIX, AIX (IBM RS/6000)
    LINUX EXT2FS/EXT3FS/RESIZEFS, LVM/IBM EVMS
    Apple Macintosh (MFS/HFS/HFS+)
    MS Exchange server
    SQL server

    Raid level:
    » RAID 0 (Striping)
    » RAID 1 (Mirroring)
    » RAID 1E (Striped Mirror)
    » RAID 5 (Striping with parity)
    » RAID 6 (Striping with dual parity)
    » RAID 10 (Striping and Mirroring)
    » RAID 50 (Striped RAID 5 sets)
    » RAID 60 (Striped RAID 6 sets)
    Etc.
     

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