You can configure RAID to notify you immediately when a there is a problem with a drive on your Windows dedicated server. How you do this depends on which RAID driver your server has.
To Determine Your Server’s RAID Driver
Connect to your server using RDC. For more information, see Accessing Your [...]
RAID stands for Redundant Array of Independent Disks. In general, RAID takes advantage of multiple hard drivers to promote reliability, capacity, or performance.
If you purchased RAID for your dedicated server, it will create an exact copy (or mirror) of all of your data on two disks. If you experience [...]
Unless you configured RAID to do otherwise, RAID sends a notification that one of your drives failed to our advanced support team. We will then call you to schedule a time to perform maintenance on your server to solve the [...]