HP Proliant DL380 G4 (Windows 2003 standard)
I wonder if someone can help me please.
My file server is an HP Proliant DL380 G4 server with 6 x 72.3GB Ultra Wide320SCSI (the previous NM set this up) with C: drive = 70GB and E: drive = 135 GB, the staff home folder lives on the E: volume.
With just 20GB free space left on E:, I'm thinking of increasing the disk subsystem to 146GB x 6 drives rather than getting a brand new server.
Now my question is, will I need to re-install the OS (Windows 2K3 Standard) to achieve this purpose or do I just replace the disks one after the other - straight through?
Any other advice is welcome.
Thanks a lot.
HP DL380 G4 proliant (disk failure)
I have HP DL380 G4 proliant and a couple of weeks ago i had rebooted the server and i found the error message which says that (Replace disk immediately to avoid the loss) the server has three disks two mirrored as 1 disk and other configure standard also i have 1 spare hot swap disk but my problem is, how could identify the predictive failure disk on the server. when i run HP configuration utility it only shows that physical drive 2:2 failure but nothing else.
I need help please...... can antone help this please.