mdgm wrote:What version of RAIDiator?
What model disks? Are they on the HCL
chirpa wrote:Do you have four disks? If so, can you remove the flakey disk and put in the remaining one? See if it completes.
Also, why not put them all in at once and do a factory default? Much cleaner then slowly growing it.
Natator wrote:I'll try the other disk
Natator wrote:unless .....
I thought adding disks gradually would be best, but maybe doing it in one hit is.
Natator wrote:As I already have data on the device (less than half one of the HDD's worth) can I get away with removing all but disk 1, reboot etc, then add the remaining 3 disks at once?
Natator wrote:Is there anything else I need to do to get to factory default?
Disk initialization started. The estimated time of completion is 17 hour(s) and 39 minute(s), at which time you will be notified via email. You can also check the progress in Frontview in the Volumes -> RAID Settings tab. Please do not shutdown the system while the initialization is in progress.
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