1xSSD (OCZ agility III) as my Windows boot drive 2x2TB HDD as RAID0 1x 500GB for ISO's/MP3 1x 3TB for backups of the RAID0 volume.
unfortunately recently my system has been throwing a hissy fit every now and again after a year of great service to me ;-)
Whilst I have imaged the entire system (RAID0 volume and SSD) - I know I can say for example buy another drive, RAID them together and restore the image.
Problem: ideally I dont want to do this because of how long it takes and my system is a critical system.
It's also difficult for me to know what is going wrong when I get a stop error (kernel data inpage error) x7A as I dont know if it is an HDD failing and if so which one but also if it is the motherboard storage controller failing causing this to happen.
so anyway, Ideally i want a system/setup (if its possible) where I can still have the performance of RAID0 (my drives are combined showing 3.5/4TB of storage - I guess this is normal RAID0 setup/config) but also have it backing up like mirroring or something?
so if an HDD fails, I can swap it out and let it rebuild it and continue as normal.
does such a setup exist? if so how does one go about implementing it?