adding existing disks to a 3510 array

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Old 12-18-2007
adding existing disks to a 3510 array

I would like to extend a logical drive on our 3510. I have four unallocated disks which I would like to use for this purpose.

The 3510 supports a Sun Cluster but for now all I wish to see is a "new" disk when I run format.

I am a little familiar with the telnet/ssh session on the 3510 but am open to using sccli.

I wish to use two of these four disks to extend my LD3 and for these disks to be RAID1 as the existing Logical Drive is.

From sccli I see the add disk <ld> <disk-list> command but am not certain how I might tell it to be RAID1.

Please feel free to put me straight if I am barking up the wrong tree completely Smilie or going about it the wrong way.
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Old 12-18-2007
The LD determines the RAID level, not the individual disks; so there is no need to specify a RAID level when adding them.
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Old 12-21-2007
Thankyou Reborg.
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