linux raid0 array size

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I made linux raid0 with 4 disks (1TB each).
mdadm –misc –detail /dev/md0 shows Array Size to be 4TB.
But when I mount this shared folder in a windows PC, it says that it has 105 GB size.
How can I solve this problem?

Solution :

A Windows client accessing a share via “CIFS” should not have a problem w/ the size.
However, the “Total”, “Free” and “Used” sizes reported by the Windows client may not reflect reality for a number of reasons (the server doesn’t “refresh” the remote volume at the same rate as a local volume).