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RAID RAID History Each of the five levels of RAID named in the paper were well established in the art prior to the paper's publications, for example: Around 1983, DEC began shipping subsystem mirrored RA8X disk drives (now known as RAID 1) as part of its HSC50 subsystem.[6]Around 1988, the Thinking Machines DataVault used error correction codes (now known as RAID 2) in an array of disk drives.[7] A similar approach was used in 1970s on the IBM 3330.[8]In 1977, Norman Ken Ouchi at IBM filed a patent disclosing what was subsequently named RAID 4.[9]In 1986, Clark et al. at IBM filed a patent disclosing what was subsequently named RAID 5.[10] Standard levels A number of standard schemes have evolved. These are called levels.
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