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Removable Whitepapers and Ebooks

Removable storage literally means any media that stores information while part of a live system can be removed and reused later on the same or a different system. Traditionally it was referred to the floppy/magnetic-disk media. In recent times it refers to a hard disk that can be removed from a live server/storage disk array. Most commonly it is done to replace a defective disk. Hot swap means the disk can be replaced on a live server, and storage settings like the RAID configuration take care of using the new disk automatically.

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