Just wondering, I have a 2 TB disk which I use single right now almost 3/4 full with data.
Can I add 2 x 2 TB disks and get a single-parity RAIDZ (raidz) configuration at 3 disks (2+1) without losing my data on it?
My original volume consisted of 12 3tb drives in raidz3. I had read that performance is degraded if the capacity is over 80%. So I bought another 12 3tb drives and used them to extend the volume. I did this using the GUI and extended the existing volume by adding the new 12 drives in a raidz3...
I have been trawling the forums and manuals but cannot find the clarification I need on this so my apologies if I have missed something.
I have 12 x 4TB disks in a RaidZ2 volume. I wish to add an additional 12 x 4TB disks to this volume to extend it and have noticed in Volume Manager...
Hi All , firstly my apologies is this thread is duplicate of a question some one else has asked
HP proliant n54l, 16GB Ram 5x 3TB Seagate Barracuda drives setup in Raidz.
FreeNAS Version and build:
FreeNAS Volume and Data Set:
1x Volume using 5x 3TB split...