RAID 60 is a type of nested RAID level that combines the block-level stripping feature of RAID level 0 with the dual parity of RAID level 6. It has the same multi-level disk set as of RAID 6, but supports more drives. RAID 60 is also known as RAID 6+0 and dual drive failure protection.
A headless computer is a computer that is operated without the traditional monitor, mouse and keyboard peripherals. Headless computers and other remotely controlled hardware devices often operate using network control models.
The use of a headless computer can be part of a remote server setup, or a system using a KVM switch in order to allow hardware devices to share peripherals. Alternately, a headless computer can be controlled through remote software using virtual terminals or emulators.
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