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Can RAID on IBM x series server be re-configured a year or so after implemeting if more disks are needed

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Can this be done without much disruption of the server?
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So far as I know, you have to add a new RAID pool. You cannot just add disks to an existing RAID set without backing off all the data and reinitializing the set. You can, however, add a new RAID set and use it. ... Thinkpads_User
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