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RAID 1+0

Tom Melvin
Occasional Contributor

RAID 1+0

I have a RAID 1+0 on a DL-380/Windows 2000 Svr. There are 2 18GB SCSI Drives, but only 5GB appears to be used. There's an additional 11GB available noted as "Unallocated". Can this be formatted and used? Is the RAID using it?
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Igor Karasik
Honored Contributor

Re: RAID 1+0

Definitely you can use it.
Go to computer management -> disk management, right click on "unallocated" space and select "create partition".
You will have option to assign drive letter, format disk and etc.
Tom Melvin
Occasional Contributor

Re: RAID 1+0

Great, thanks! I didn't want to affect the RAID, and cause problems.
Caster Troy
Regular Advisor

Re: RAID 1+0

Ofcourse you can delete the hard drive and also create partitions in the unallocated space from hard disk management. do remember to close the thread :) good luck with the forum
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Tom Melvin
Occasional Contributor

Re: RAID 1+0

Thank you for the update and information. It was helpful.
Sivakumar TS
Honored Contributor

Re: RAID 1+0

Dear Tom,

The unallocated can be used to make another logical drive and can be formatted in Windows 2000 and used.

With Regards,

Siva.
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