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Apple RAIDs

macOS can create several software RAIDs from disks connected to a Mac computer: RAID1 (Mirror set), RAID0 (Stripe set), and Concatenated disk set.

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Apple RAID0 example

R‑Studio for Linux detects components of Apple RAID sets and creates their virtual RAIDs automatically. At the same time, R‑Studio for Linux gives access to the individual components of the Apple RAID sets (hard drives and images ).

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Apple RAIDs in R-Studio

When an automatically created Apple RAID is selected, R‑Studio for Linux highlights its components.

R‑Studio for Linux shows the components of the Apple RAID on its M acOS Components tab.

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MacOS Components tab

R‑Studio for Linux shows broken Apple RAIDs in pink.

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Broken Apple RAIDs in R-Studio

The M acOS Components tab also allows you to manually disconnect or connect the components, for example, if they are such damaged that R‑Studio for Linux cannot recognize them as parts of a broken Apple RAID. Select the object from the drop-down box and click the Connect button. R‑Studio for Linux displays the objects it recognizes as the components of the Apple RAID in blue.

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Adding a component manually

You may immediately switch to the Apple RAID configuration that R‑Studio for Linux believes most probable by clicking the Reassemble button.

R‑Studio for Linux shows Apple RAIDs with manually added components in blue:

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Apple RAIDs with added members in R-Studio