On Tue, Jul 24, 2001 at 08:41:29AM +0100, Wynne, Conor mentioned:
> Why would it be impossible? The RAID stripe set is at a layer beneath the
> OS. Growing the size od the "disk" - This is raid "extention". So the
> logical drive grows - and you are left with unused space on the "disk" - as
> the entire raid set is seen by the OS as 1 drive - right.
Yeah, but I'd be surprised if Linux polls all the disks every so often,
asking them how large they are, to see if they have changed. It's more
likely that it just checks disk sizes at boot time. That said, maybe fdisk
changing a partition could make it re-read the new partition table & disk
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