I thought I had deleted all my disk groups before created three new ones. Now I see the new ones as well as two ‘old’ ones.
Under Modify > Delete Virtual Disks the button Delete is grayed out. I’ve rebooted the server as well as the storage arrays. Because I’ve has multiple issues with disks I’ve put in quite a few new disks. I can’t imagine that these disks are doing anything if this group even exists at all.
What will allow me to blow everything out, ensuring I get these two ‘ghost’ disk groups so I can start over?
The two disk groups have a red 'strike out' line through them.
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