Why RAID 5 stops working in 2009

Why RAID 5 stops working in 2009 in a short summary: TLDR: Hard disk manufactures use something called unrecoverable read error rate, or URE for short, which means once roughly every 14TB you will have an unrecoverable sector. Having an unrecoverable sector means that data is permanently gone with the wind. The storage version of Y2k? No, it’s a function of capacity growth and RAID 5’s limitations. If you are thinking about SATA RAID for home or business use, or using RAID today, you need to know why. RAID 5 protects against a single disk failure. You can recover all