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#1 2014-11-13 17:00:35

bkamen
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Growing/Expanding existing RAID5 Filesystem

So -- I replaced my 250GB drives with 1TB drives with the intent of making a newer bigger filesystem.

I thought I saw something somewhere that allows me to grow the filesystem to fit the new drives -- but maybe I'm insane.
(I know the DNS doesn't have LVM -- so that's why I'm scratching my head)

Can anyone verify that I either need to just reconfigure (destructively or not) the array to use the new space?

Thanks,

-Ben


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#2 2014-11-25 22:11:24

bkamen
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Re: Growing/Expanding existing RAID5 Filesystem

Anyone?

Anyone?

Bueller?

Bueller?

(lol)


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#3 2014-12-07 19:34:10

bkamen
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Re: Growing/Expanding existing RAID5 Filesystem

Well, looks like ya can't.

So I had to reformat -- thankfully, reinstalling fun-plug is easy and since my DNS-343 is actually a backup, all I needed a copy of is the ffp config.

A breeze.

So -- the answer is: REFORMAT. sad


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