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Old 04-25-02, 11:33 PM Thread Starter   #1
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Ak35 Raid ?

Im going to add 2 more HDs to this thing in a few days, and I have a question. Im running raid 0 w/16 stripe array. After I put them in R1s and R2s will the raid controller simply add them to the same stripe array? Or, will I have to create a new strip array with all 4 drives and start all over?
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I've never used the Highpoint Raid controller, but all the other ones I've used, including the Promise that I'm using now requires you to delete the array to make a new one.

Let me know if yours is the same.

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