Question about HP Compaq ProLiant ML530 Server
When you replace a disk in an RAID array everything that's on the new disk gets erased. If you still need that then put it in another pc and make a backup of that data.
Unless you are using a RAID 1 configuration (in which case when a disk has died everything on that server has been lost) you don't have to do anything after you replace the disk - all will be done automatically.
Posted on Jul 29, 2010
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