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Disks|Software RAID|RAID0

This menu is for creating a Software RAID0 stripe. RAID0 is used to concatenate 2 or more disks to one big volume. RAID0 don't provide any parity or data security. If one disk fail all data are lost. A RAID0 is used to improve read speed, cause all data is striped across the disks and will be written and read to/from both disk simultaneously.

The minimum requirement are two drives of same size.

For optimal performance it is suggested to use identical hard drives.

This mean:

  • same Vendor
  • same Type
  • same size

This Software RAID module is based on GEOM Stripe.

For more Information see:

FreeBSD Manualpage:

  • geom - universal control utility for GEOM classes
  • gstripe - control utility for striped devices

FreeBSD Handbook

Disks | Software RAID | RAID0 | Management

This menu gives you an overview about existing RAID0 stripes. The example below shows an already configured and running RAID0 out of 2x 160GB disk.

Disks|Software RAID|RAID0|Add

This menu is for selecting which drives you want to use to create a RAID0.
In this example the RAID0 shown above will be created.

Raid name

Select a name for your RAID array. This name will be shown on different places in the WebUI. ( example: Disks|Format )


Shows the type of RAID you are currently creating.


Here you can select the disks you want to use.


Check this box to create and initialize your RAID0.

After “Applying” on Disks | Software RAID | RAID0 | Management your RAID0 should be shown as “UP”. After Formating and Mounting your RAID is ready to use.

documentation/setup_and_user_guide/disks_software_raid_raid0_management.txt · Last modified: 2018/07/08 17:57 (external edit)