On May 4, 2007, at 9:11 PM, Mark W. Alexander wrote:

...is getting a little tight. I'm going to see about adding another disk which, if this is raided (I hope) then I'm going to have to break the raid and make sure that backups are getting take and monitored. I can't say _when_
I'm going to be able to get to this.

It's a 1750 with a RAID card and what appears to be a single logical drive configured. The (probably) good news, is that since it's a 1750, it has a real RAID card on it, a MegaRaid, not one of those crap built in RAID1/0 things that's in the blades, so you should be able to break the RAID and reconfigure it as a volume from the BIOS, or, if you prefer, I can look at doing that on my next trip up. Depending on how long it takes me to get the UGC boxes for GHM kicked, I may be looking to head up next week, I could probably take a couple minutes to, at the very least, check and see if I can break the RAID and reconfigure without destroying the data. If we've got a 1750 in the office with a RAID card, I can play with that and remind myself of the process, it's a pretty standard maneuver but there are always variations between card types.

I didn't go looking for much to clean up as it's got over 7G free. I looks like get hammered by a buildout doing a bunch of simultaneous checkouts.

Last I looked at disk space issues on that box, a hefty chunk of it was the mailman archive.

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