RAID 0 Partitions

Curiosity - If I would partition a 500GB RAID 0 into 2 x 250GB partitions. Are these partitions equally asigned across both disks or would it place the first 250GB in the first disk.
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They'd be equally spanned across both disks. That's the reason why, when one disk fails or only has a small problem, you loose all data on the complete array. For that reason RAID 0 shouldn't be used, or only if the data on the array has no value (for example temporary data).

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