How to change the backup location DPM 2010

I am trying to change the backup location locally on the DPM server i have running

I have an Setup of Disk 1 (500 GB) and i just added Disk 2 (750 GB). Now what i want to do is to replace the 500 GB Disk including all backups to a new disk (1 TB) but to do that i first need to move the data to disk 2.

What I have found up until now is that it is able to change the local temp directory for the system-state. I Currently Disk 2 already has allocated disk space (which can be deleted since the backup is just added and not yet communicated)

In short:
DPM backups need to move from Disk 1 to Disk 2, so disk 1 can be put offline.
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Dear Mindless999,

please check out the "How to Replace a Disk in the Storage Pool" which I believe should help you forward.

Kind regards,
Mindless999Author Commented:
well the disk has not failed yet, and I would like to keep the current backups availeble.
Mindless999Author Commented:
I have removed the old disk and re-selected the backup disk and re-started all the backups. This worked for me.

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