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 RAID1 is for mirroring data across disks. ​ If one drive fails, the data is still preserved. RAID1 is for mirroring data across disks. ​ If one drive fails, the data is still preserved.
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-Use fdisk to partition the new drives, and set them to type ''​fd''​ or ''​Linux raid autodetect''​. 
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-<​code>​ 
-fdisk /dev/sdb 
-fdisk /dev/sdc 
-</​code>​ 
  
 Create the RAID1 array using the two harddrives: Create the RAID1 array using the two harddrives: