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I have configured all disk running as RAID-5 (Total 956 Gb). When I create a disk storage, it only show 273.40GB available. Why the free space is so smaller ? Will there be a possibility that the RAID is not fully initialized (as I have reconfigure the RAID-5) and then install the VMware.

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by:zaicnupagadi
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Hi AXISHK,

It may be a basic question but, are all of those disks in the same size? And what is the size.
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They are all 146gb x 8 in raid5
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by:paulsolov
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It is showing 680GB already used by a vmware datastore..Legacy VMware Disk 683GB..
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Delete the legacy datastore and create a new datastore with available space or better yet re-install on flash drive or ssd and use the entire disk for the datastore
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This is a fresh installation. vm is run
in usb drive

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Andrew Hancock (VMware vExpert / EE MVE^2) earned 500 total points
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have you used this disk before for another installation?

it looks like this disk has already been used.

re-format and destroy the RAID 5, and re-create.
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