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HP DL380P G8

DVALLE
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HP DL380P G8

I have DL380 configured RAID 0 two hard disk 300G, and have critical data My Q

 

for redadancy its better :

 

1.Add another two 300G hard disk and confiure Raid 1 without any losing data, its possible ?

 

2.Migrate the cureet RAID 0 TO RAID 1,  its possible without losing data ?

 

 

DValle

4 REPLIES
Torsten.
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Re: HP DL380P G8

You cannot make your 2 disk raid0 to the same 2 disk raid 1 without backup/restore. Consider to add 2 disks and modify your raid.


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Jimmy Vance
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Re: HP DL380P G8

If you add another two 300GB drives you can migrate from RAID 0 to a RAID 1+0 configuration.

 

 

Whenever messing with drives or controller always have a good backup!

 

 




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DVALLE
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Re: HP DL380P G8

Do you have any guide or manual to help to start this  procedure ?

Torsten.
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Re: HP DL380P G8

Start SSA (smart storage administrator), select the logical drive and you should see the option in the action list. You probably need to have a cache modul installed.


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Torsten.

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