How-to Create a RAID on Mac OS X Mavericks 10.9 Easy Visual Guide

March 29th, 2014 by Lin-Kiu

How-to Create RAID on Mac OS X




The Visual-Guide Shows You Step-by-Step How-to Create a Mirrored RAID Set of Disks or Partitions on Mac OS X 10.9 Mavericks.

Ceate a Redundant Array of Independent Disks (RAID) set to optimize performance and increase reliability in case of a disk failure.

Protect Your Data agains hardware failure with a mirrored RAID Set of Disks. It writes your data to multiple disks so the information is stored redundantly.

Create RAID on Mac OS X - Featured
  1. Open Disk Utility

    Create RAID on Mac OS X - Featured

  2. Select a Partition or a Disk from the Right

  3. Click on the RAID Tab

  4. Drag & Drop Disks or Partitions from Right into RAID Space

    Create RAID on Mac OS X - Featured

    The Disks/Partitions do Not Need to be Exactly of the Same Size, but of course of Nearly the Same Size.)

  5. Set Name

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  7. Click on the Create Button

  8. Then the RAID Set will Appear as a Unique Partition on the Mac FileSystem and on the Finder.

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