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Old 6th May 2012, 10:34 PM
deadeyese Offline
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Exclamation LVM and RAID

Hi all, sorry if this is in the wrong forum (wasn't sure if it should be in Software or not), anyways...

I have recently reinstalled Fedora with a new partition structure. I have 4x 1.5 TB HDDs and the majority of the space forms RAID 5 array. However, because of my previous install /boot, /home and / were also on these drives and the new install these are on a NEW hard drive. My problem is that im left with unused, free space on all 4 of these existing 1.5 TB drives which I can't seem to add to the existing partitions to increase the RAID array.

Sorry its a long winded and complicated, but any and all help would be greatly appreciated.

Im currently running Fedora 16 64-bit.
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