Is the any possibility (even if very small), that a SPDK storage will be
totally corrupted and lose all data?
I mean it in both of the software and hardware perspective.
In the old days when we rely on RAID for SATA SSDs, we are able to recover
data even if one disk fails. Now, however, I rarely see any vendor which
provides RAID solutions for NVMe SSDs.
And in terms of software, don't know if SPDK has the concept of partition
table. Because that's what needs to be concerned in case someone mess it up
by manually operation. Does it have a backup, like xfs?
I'm looking for some documents on the reliability of data persistence.