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comment RAID 0 performance gains?
If it is something that I feel is worth backing up, then I probably don't want to lose it in the first place. I would likely opt for a different RAID method. With RAID0, every disk you add multiplies your chance of a data failure. It's good for cheap performance, but I wouldn't use it for anything I had a slight worry about.
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