When to replace hard drive in a RAID array
MattSpeller last edited by
@EddieJennings And growth? 500 GB in about 6 years (which I believe is the age of the NAS and its drives).
That's awesome news man, you have 4 good drives left to make a sexy OBR10 array that will serve them well for years
JaredBusch last edited by JaredBusch
Hell, he has a Synology. He should be able to add the spare drive he has as a standalone disk. Move the share. nuke the array and rebuild with the 4 good drive and then move the share back.
scottalanmiller last edited by
Oh yeah. That makes sense.