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These are some interesting questions, mixed with some odd ones... But this seems to be getting outside the intended use of Storage Spaces. This is really something you should consider just experimenting with if you can. RE "same thing for hardware RAID": for almost all hardware RAID, the "current configuration" is stored on the controller and the drives. ...


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i know its an old forum. Mirror is grayed out because the volumes are using GPT and not MBR system. But then MBR doesnt work on anything bigger than 2TB. Personally for a basic file server, Software Raid will do ok for you using Windows server diskmgmt.msc. If you want more space in this case, you should have used 3 x 2TB disks and use Raid-5 using ...


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rmdir * does not work properly in lftp as it does not support wildcard expansion. One could overcome this by using the below, some brute force is required to remove nested folders: glob -a rmdir /remote/directory/*/*/* glob -a rmdir /remote/directory/*/* glob -a rmdir /remote/directory/* I do not recommend using rm -rf as any files added while the mirror ...


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I don't know this drive specifically, but most consumer-model RAID enclosures use very simple logic to determine the health of the array. Usually this is just some metadata stored in the slack space of the disks themselves. The simple logic only triggers a RAID fault in the following conditions: Two disks are detected but only one of them is responding. ...


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Taken from Lacie’s support FAQ: Do the swap with power on so the embedded OS knows what’s up.



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