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Hi Guys,i have 2 DS4700 with 8 disks each,they are on raid 5 with 1 hot spare so i want to add 8 extra disks on each ds can you guys tell me procedures

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im adding extra disks on DS4700,all server are running on  server 2003 OS, the DS is configured on raid 5 with 1 hot spare,only 1 out 5 server is currently attached to the SAN(lotus domino).can you guys help us we correct procedure to add on raid 5 without loosing data,we want to remain on raid 5 and is it possible to left with 1 hotspare?
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Your english is making it rather difficult to decipher what exactly you're trying to do, but I have a question..   Why do you have two DS4700's?  Why not one with an expansion cabinet?  It's certainly cheaper..
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