Re: Install Unity (or CCM) in one HDD , then plug 2nd HDD to be
can you clarify what you are trying to do?
If you are trying to upgrade, and you want to pull a drive out for backup, just a pull a drive out, label it and begin your in place upgrade. (I pull drive #1 (zero is your first drive)
If someone goes wrong, pull drive zero out, and push drive #1 into the same slot where zero came from. Server should boot up fine. Insert drive 0 zero where #1 was and then RAID will write over the top that drive, creating a new mirrored image.
Your hot-swap drives should already be setup for Mirror. If they are not, you need to get this working before you do any of this. There should be a Windows HP utility installed on Unity or CCM to show the current RAID drive configuration. Check that out and see where it is. (health, configuraiton, etc)
Hope this helps, but if you have more info, that would help as well.
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