Are you asking if you can replace the harddrives to the system without having to reinstall the operating system? I’m pretty sure yuo can’t do that unless the OS is on a DOM, even then it would make me uncomfortable.
I suppose it might be possible if you swapped them over one at a time, so the old drive would mirror to the new drive, then the new drive would contain all the info. I’m not sure if that would work tho (i don’t know if all the boot info would transfer).
Good luck with the solution.
Actually that works very well. I upgraded from the 36.4 to the 72 that exact way. Took out Drive 2, replaced with the new 72, let the controler rebuild the now broken mirror. when that was completed, replaced drive 1 with the new 72, again wait for the controler to rebuild the array. It does copy the boot info as it’s a hardware mirror and the drives are identical, bit for bit. The only thing that you may have to do is once windows has rebooted after the 2nd mirror rebuild is to go into Disk management and expand the drive to fill the whole capacity. At worst case you can have the extra space as a different partition, or use a 3rd party app to expand the partition to full size of the disk. Sorry I didn’t see this post sooner, but atleast everyone knows for next time. 😉