Each Day 1. Xerver Ltd is an IT service provider. EDIT: Hmm You might have to delete and recreate the logical volume. Yes, you can put in larger drives. It treats it as a smaller drive.
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Each Day 1. Xerver Ltd is an IT service provider. EDIT: Hmm You might have to delete and recreate the logical volume. Yes, you can put in larger drives. It treats it as a smaller drive. A RAID 10 array with mismatched drives will treat all drives as if they are the same size as the smallest in the array.
So it isn't a great use of money, but it will work just fine. What often cannot be done is growing the array once you do this. That is a massively complex disk operation and very few controllers support it. It don't get much easier. One less piece of hardware to break.
To continue this discussion, please ask a new question. Get answers from your peers along with millions of IT pros who visit Spiceworks. Best Answer. I have done over Server upgrades of this type. Insert new hard disk of bigger format 3. Leave overnight to sync up and check in the morning Repeat this each night until all disks have been replaced..
Popular Topics in Data Storage. Which of the following retains the information it's storing when the system power is turned off? AskJaiCom This person is a verified professional. Verify your account to enable IT peers to see that you are a professional.
I am sure you meant GB there. Thai Pepper. Which generation of the HP ML do you have? Which array controller are you using? Pure Capsaicin.
Ramze Krish This person is a verified professional. But make sure you hold all the back ups before raid reconfiguration SteveWhyman This person is a verified professional. Edited Sep 20, at UTC. You welcome Steve Just make sure you have your backup ready The first part, no problem.
The extending is the part that a lot of controllers don't allow. I would take Ramze's advice and make sure backups are in good shape. Just my opinion based on what works for me. This topic has been locked by an administrator and is no longer open for commenting. Read these next
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Enabling and configuring the controller 7. Press the F8 key to confirm the settings and save the new configuration. After several seconds, the Configuration Saved screen appears. Press the Enter key to continue. Repeat this procedure to create additional logical drives.
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