|Well, that changes things. |
mvstill, make sure your backup is up to date, remove both drives and disable the array. Then add the new drive. When you're done, remove the temporary drive, reinstall the drives from the same bays they came out of, and reinstate the RAID. If you're lucky, it won't wipe the data and you'll be good. If you're not, you're recovering from the backup. Either way, let us know how it works out.
Or you could just spend $20 on an enclosure and not worry about breaking your array.
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