Amd-raidxpert2 User Guide



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9.6.3.2 
Transform an Array 
1. 
In the Array View section, select the array to transform. 
2. 
At the Array menu, select Transform. 
Note: If the system window is not wide enough, only the Destination View is displayed. 
3. 
Select all the desired disks for the array (including disks that might be already in the array) 
by selecting the box next to the drive in the Disk List section. 
Note: Click Same to select all disks currently used in the array, All to select all disks, or 
Unused to select disks that are not currently used in an array. 
4. 
Select the RAID level to be transformed at the Array Type: drop-down menu. 
5. 
At the Organized As: drop-down menu select an option. 
Note: The Organized As: drop-down menu only displays options for advanced management of a 
RAID10 configuration if you selected RAID10. 
6. 
Expand the array by entering the size of the new array in the Capacity: field. The maximum 
available capacity changes with:  
•  The disks that are selected. 
•  The RAID level of the array. 
Note: If a Transform is not possible, the Commit option is not enabled. A typical reason 
preventing a Transform is insufficient available space on the disks. 
7. 
Click Commit
Note: Unless the transformation is instantaneous, the Array Status window updates to show the 
source and destination arrays, along with the progress of the transformation. 


 

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