Disk aggregation

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Disk aggregation is the abstraction of two or more hard disks, disk partitions, or other logical volumes into a single logical disk.[1]

This is done to:

  • create a single logical disk with a capacity larger than any of the available physical disks
  • provide a simple way to increase disk performance
  • provide a simple way to implement LUN-level storage virtualization

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Pandey, Chetraj; Georgoulis, Manolis K.; Aydin, Berkay; Angryk, Rafal A.; Ji, Anli (2022-07-01). "Exploring Heuristics in Full-Disk Aggregation from Individual Active Region Prediction of Solar Flares". 44Th Cospar Scientific Assembly. Held 16-24 July. 44: 3457. Bibcode:2022cosp...44.3457P.