Can a drive be copied into a iSCSI target and replace that drive?
Tell me if this just plain wrong thinking.
I have a space problem on Server X with drive D:.
On another server I create an iSCSI target, very large target. I make this drive whatever on the server that has the storage problem.
On the disk space problem server I call drive D: Q, Z, whatever. I copy all the stuff from the full disk to the iSCSI target.
I change the drive letter of the iSCSI target to D:.
(Drive D is an array but it is not the OS disk. I would turn off the appropriate services that use this disk.)
Would this work?
Is iSCSI too slow for this?