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RAID0
Author: Gabriel Torres Last Updated: January 6, 2006
Category: Storage

Redundand Array of Independent Disks, Level 0

RAID0 is a RAID system that increases storage system performance. It is based on a technique called data stripping, where the files aren’t stored in just one hard disk drive; they are split and each part of the file is written on a different hard drive. Since each hard drive will store just a small part of the file and not the whole file, the storage is done faster.

This system requires at least two hard disk drives.

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