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In computing, a mirror may refer to:
- Disk mirroring (or RAID 1), a redundant array of independent disks in which the same data is written to all disks in the array
- A mirror website, which republishes information verbatim from another (originating) site without exercising independent editorial control
- A download mirror, a form of FTP or web mirror used to distribute large files such as Linux distributions and other free software
Website and download mirrors
- DMOZ#Content users, sites which mirror or re-use the DMOZ Open Directory Project dataset
- Wikipedia:Mirrors and forks, sites which republish Wikipedia's open content under a Creative Commons BY-SA licence.
- WikiLeaks#Hosting, use of multiple sites as protection against individual servers being taken down by government censorship
- Mirror (disambiguation)
- Replication (computing)
- Redundant array of independent disks
- Redundant array of independent memory
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