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RAID 1 vs JBOD

I am considering purchasing a 2-disk Synology NAS and would like opinions as to whether to use RAID 1 or simply back up as JBOD. Thanks.

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  1. Depends on the usage. If that’s just a backup target, I would recommend having an additional backup copy in cloud or additional external drive to follow the 3-2-1: [https://www.vmwareblog.org/3-2-1-backup-rule-data-will-always-survive/](https://www.vmwareblog.org/3-2-1-backup-rule-data-will-always-survive/) and use it as JBOD. Otherwise, I would go with RAID 1 for at least some sort of redundancy. Note that RAID is not a backup.

  2. Thanks for the responses. Obviously, RAIDS 1 is the way to go.

  3. If by “back up as JBOD”, you mean sync one drive to the other, RAID1 is better. You get better read speeds, since reading can be done from either drive, halving the workload of a single drive. And RAID handles the syncing part for you, so you can’t get into a situation where your data is lost because a drive failed before the data could be written to the other drive.

  4. I have my 2 disk synology in RAID1, which is mirroring. That way WHEN a disk fails, you still have the second mirrored drive and can be replace and rebuilt. With JBOD, you may get more space, but you lose a disk and you’re toast. No redundancy, integrity, or resiliency, the volume is done.

  5. JBOD = You lose disk, you lose your data.
    RAID 1 = You can lose one of the disks, before your data is lost.

    For a backup target, if you were following the 3-2-1 rule, and had three complete sets of backups, I would tell you to use JBOD, as you always have another backup in the event that failure occurs. However, I am going to assume you don’t have three complete sets of backups, in which case, I would tell you to leverage a raid 1 mirror instead, to at least give some redundancy to your backup.