It depends on the number of drives you have (are willing to buy) as well as the amount of resiliency you want. In our lab, we have our main LMS server on two drive RAID 1. We don't need a lot of space, and having the mirror gives us full redundancy. On another, slower server, we do two drive RAID 0. On this server we'd rather have the extra performance rather than the resiliency.
If you have three drives, go with RAID 5. More than three, I like a mix of RAID 0 and 1 (rather than 5+0). With any solution, always keep a set of standby drives. I usually have two cold standbys per server handy at any given time.
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