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I want to add 2 new SAS HDD to increase the space of current volume in the existing RAID 5 of 3 SAS HDD. Kindly let me know the procedure of doing it. am using windows 2003 on HP 370.
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Physically put them in the server, open Array Configuration Utility (start, progs, hp system tools) select the array in the middle pane and expand array should appear in the right hand pane. Click blue ? in top right corner and there as a walkthrough in help. After expanding the array expand whichever logical drive you want in a similar manner.
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