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Old January 5, 2013, 10:51 AM
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As I said earlier:

If you want to continue using such an array, connect the two new drives, create a new RAID 0 array and copy the contents of the old array to the new one. You can then disconnect/repurpose/etc the drives from the original array.
You can't "rebuild" a RAID 0 array since removing one drive destroys the array completely; you have to either copy it as is to another drive or array or recreate it from scratch.
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