Disk Data Format

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The SNIA Common RAID Disk Data Format defines a standard data structure describing how data is formatted across disks in a RAID group. The DDF structure allows a basic level of interoperability between different suppliers of RAID technology. The Common RAID DDF structure benefits storage users by enabling in-place data migration or recovery after controller failure using systems from different vendors.

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