How To Fully configure Raid 0 Or How To Delete Them In Redhat Enterprise Linux Rhel 4&5

In This Tutorial We Are Going To Learn How To Fully Configue Raid 0 Or How To Delete Then Fully Step wise Tutorial 

Firstly I Have To Draw This Type Of Diagram To Show How Raid Works

Here Is The Full Coading Of Raid 0 How To Configure Or How To Delete Them

Step-1 Here Firstly We Have To Create The Partition In Hard Disk /dev/sda & /dev/sdb

fdisk -l

fdisk /dev/sda
n {for New Partition}
Select Partition 3
t
fd {For Raid Partition}
p {For Check Partition Is created Or Not}
w {For Save}
Partprobe /Dev/Sda {For Refresh}

fdisk -l
fdisk /dev/sdb
n {for New Partition}
Select Partition 1
t
fd {For Raid Partition}
p {For Check Partition Is created Or Not}
w {For Save}
Partprobe /Dev/Sdb {For Refresh}

Step-2 Here Is The Coading Of Configuration Raid- 0

mdadm –create/dev/md0 –level=0–raid-devices=2 /dev/sda3 /dev/sdb1

Step-3 Now How To Check Raid 0 Is Created Or Not

mdadm –detail /dev/md0

Step-4 Now How To Stop Or Remove Fully Raid 0

mdadm –detail /dev/md0
mdadm –stop /dev/md0
mdadm –detail /dev/md0
mdadm –remove /dev/md0
mdadm –detail /dev/md0

Step -5 Now How To  Delete Raid Partition

fdisk /dev/sdb
d {For Del The Partition}
Select Partition 1
p {For Check Partition Is Del Or Not}
w {For Save}
Partprobe /Dev/Sdb {For Refresh}

fdisk /dev/sda
d {For Del The Partition}
Select Partition 3
p {For Check Partition Is Del Or Not}
w {For Save}
Partprobe /Dev/Sda {For Refresh}

This Is How We Configure Or Delete Or Remove Raid 0 In Redhat Linux Rhel 4&5

Now Follow These Simple Steps And Configure By Yourself Raid 0

If You Have Any Problem Or And Query Doing This So Comment Down Blow And Tell Me Your Query So I Will You You To Make Out From The Problem 

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