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RAID 0, explained

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Uploaded on Dec 5, 2009

One thing I forgot to include in the video is how the capacity of the RAID-array is calculated.

The total capacity of the array is:
n x cs = tc

n = number of drives
cs= capacity of the smallest drive
tc = total capacity

So if you have 3 drives, and they are 1x250GB, 1x320GB and 1x500GB the total capacity will be:

3 x 250 = 750GB

So the optimal RAID0 array is formed with drives of the same size.

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