RAID 0 Recovery


RAID Types
RAID 0 Layout
Manual RAID 0 Recovery
Automatic RAID 0 Recovery


RAID Levels Triangle

RAID 0 layout

RAID 0 bases on a striping method where the data blocks are written on the member disks in turn. At least two disks are required to create the array. RAID 0 can be implemented either using software (in modern versions of Windows or Linux) or using a controller. The data in RAID 0 is written in the following way:


RAID 0 is not a redundant array, so if one of the member disks is damaged you cannot recover data. The array provides a performance increase. Read and write speeds increase by the factor of N (where N - a number of disks) as compared to a single disk.

RAID 0 is an inexpensive array type because it doesn't have a disk space overhead and it does not require a complicated controller.

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