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Implementing RAID on Windows 2000 Servers

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RAID level 0 is disk striping. With disk striping, two or more volumes—each on a separate drive—are configured as a stripe set. Data written to the stripe set is broken into blocks that are called stripes. These stripes are written sequentially to all drives in the stripe set. You can place volumes for a stripe set on up to 32 drives, but in most circumstances sets with two to five volumes offer the best performance improvements over non-RAID volumes because data from multiple drives is simultaneously accessed. Beyond this, the performance improvement decreases significantly.

from Chapter 11, Microsoft Windows 2000 Administrator's Pocket Consultant by William R. Stanek.

Author

William R. Stanek
Vendor:
Microsoft Corporation - NOT THIS ONE
Posted:
05 Jun 2002
Published:
01 Jan 1999
Format:
HTML
Length:
7 Page(s)
Type:
White Paper
Language:
English

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