Add more HDDs in existing RAID 10 volume Tags: NAS / RAID Controller Systems Windows Server 2008 Last response: September 4, 2013 2:21 AM in Systems Share KGC September 4, 2013 12:52:19 AM We are using IBM X3650M3 server with M5014 raid controller. We are using 4x300GB HDDs with RAID 10. Now we want to add 2x300GB HDD in the same RAID array to increase my volume. OS is Windows Server 2008 More about : add hdds existing raid volume mauller07 September 4, 2013 2:21:31 AM if you are going to use more than 4 drives it would be better to backup then rebuild the array as a raid 5 array. m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources SolvedCan I add 2 HDDs in RAID and keep my main HDD single? Forum SolvedDoes RAID 1 allow any more HDDs connected to internal SATA ports Forum Need help adding two SSD as a secondary RAID 0 volume on existing system Forum SolvedRAID 10 Volume Failed but only One drive has an error Forum SolvedAdd new partition to Raid 1 Volume Forum SolvedAdd Raid 1 setup to existing machine with non raid drive Forum SolvedExpand Raid 5 Array - Add another drive to existing array Forum SolvedRAID 1+0 Volume suddenly not assigned anymore Forum Wants to add VOLUME LABEL to existing HDD.. Forum Raid 10 with 4 3T HDDs Trying to install server 2008 Forum SolvedRaid 0 or Raid 10 for Gaming / which HDDs to buy? Forum RAID10 for HDDs in 2 different places - doable? Forum Can Asus x79 deluxe support RAID 10 with 4 x Sata III (6gb) Hdds? Forum SolvedRAID 10k drives, acronis image for backup on existing Forum How to add two HDDs in raid 0 only for storage? Forum Can I add drive to existing drive in raid 0 Forum How to add SSD to PC with existing SATA RAID? Forum Can you add a SATA drive in an existing SAS Raid-0 array Forum For gaming cafe upgrade my existing machines and add more 400$budget Forum How to add 1TB drive to existing PC w/ 2 250gb raid-5 Drives Forum More resources Read discussions in other Systems categories Homebuilt New Build Prebuilt Cases Power Supplies RAM CyberPower !