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stands for redundant array of independant disks...

there is quite alot you would have to know about it, so ill give you my personal (brief :) ) understanding of it, then give some links out...

I see it as a way of putting 2 or more disks on a single system to be seen as one disk...althought there are things about one failing it all fails...and I have read that level 0 isnt actually the fastest as the process of it remembering the striping causes a slow down, but either way I dont think its much use for home pcs (although I have seen a pc someone had been sold with about 3 crap drives raided and causing problems so its common to use not only the same drive speeds, but possibly even use the same drive manu if you can.)





hope thats sufficient information...you can always google it if you need more