Data Durability

Data durability means data consistency and resiliency to various threats over a long period. It is an important characteristic for data storage since it reflects its ability to cope with, for example, disk failures or fragmented data on a particular storage infrastructure node.

In addition to durability, data availability is also crucial for storage solutions. It also refers to the elimination of situations in which data cannot be handled, e.g., due to the failure of a storage node server.

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