Definitions for "Disk Striping"
Also known as disk striping, this form of RAID combines two or more hard drives into a single logical drive. Any data is written in blocks first to one...
This is the fast way of writing to disk drives. Data is written across disks rather than on the same drive. Segment 1 is written to drive 0, segment 2 is written to drive 1, and so fourth until the last disk is written to. Then the next logical segment is written to drive 0 to repeat the cycle until the write is satisfied.
See "Striping."
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