Had a failed disk on a Dell PowerEdge 2900 running SBS2k3 and a Perc 6.
Pulled the failed drive and installed the new one. Instead of rebuilding - the status just says: Ready. Other four drives in the array say: Online.
I'm pretty sure from the documentation and past experience the this is a pretty simple hot swap procedure. Just a little nervous given one drive in the array is already down. Don't want to mess up something and lose the virtual disk.
When you reboot the machine, go to the RAID setup (Ctrl-R) and configure the new drive as a hot spare. The rebuild process should begin automatically. You can boot to the OS and let the rebuild complete
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