Redundant Array of Independent Disks Mode 0 (RAID 0) is a configuration that distributes data across various devices to enhance disk performance.

How RAID 0 Works

Data is divided into stripes across multiple drives for simultaneous read/write operations, enhancing performance. The process requires a minimum of two drives, and the performance improves as you add more drives. Since there is no data duplication, users can maximize storage capacity. However, the lack of redundancy makes RAID 0 susceptible to complete data loss if one drive fails.

RAID 0 Use Cases