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Memory mirroring is a technique used to separate memory into two separate channels, usually on a memory device, like a server. In memory mirroring, one channel is copied to another to create redundancy. This method makes input/output (I/O) registers and memory appear with more than one address range because the same physical byte is accessible at more than one address. Using memory mirroring, higher memory reliability and a higher level of memory consolidation are possible.