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RAID 5 Resize

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Last Modified: 2012-05-09
I would like to resize my raid5 array to allow for more space on my c: drive partition, currently th d: partition has 114gb Free and is hosting an Oracle Database.Server setup as follows:
HP DL380 G5,Windows 2003 Server SP2
C: 20gb (dont ask) windows partition[ntfs]
D:149gb Oracle database partition[ntfs]
The array was set-up to use all disks forming 1 logical drive. 4 HDD (36gb), 2 HDD (146gb).
Is it possible to resize d: to gain more free space on c: without destroying my server.
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