Changing the Stripe Size

The stripe size is the amount of data (in KB) written to one disk drive, before moving to the next disk drive in the logical device. Stripe size options vary, depending on your controller and RAID level. For example, in a RAID 6 or RAID 60 logical drive, the more disk drives included in the logical drive, the fewer stripe size options are available. Normally, the default stripe size provides the best performance.

You can change the stripe size of an existing logical drive when you expand or migrate the logical drive. For more information, see Increasing the Capacity of a Logical Drive and Changing the RAID Level of a Logical Drive.

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