Pegasus 2R6, changing size of existing Logic Drive!

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Palle Jensen posted this 06 September 2019

Hi

I have a pegasus 2R6 (20TB) set up wit 3 logical drives. (12TB) is used for backup, (4TB) is used for Timemachine, and (4TB) is for temp storage. All in all it works fine. I have found out that the first chosen disk sizes are not optimal for me. Can I 'shrink' the temp disk and then afterwards let the Timemachine 'expand' into the now available space?

And still keep my data

Just for info I have a separate Pegasus 2 R4 just for my live data

I have an iMac 27"-5K and macOS 10.14.6

Kind regards

Palle

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Ranjith kumar posted this 12 September 2019

Hi Palle,

We need to verify the subsystem report to help you on this, so could you get the report using Promise utility and create a web support case at support.promise.com where you can attach the report.

Steps to save the subsystem report:

- Open promise utility
- Click subsystem information icon on the top of the Promise Utility window
- Click the lock symbol on the left bottom corner of the screen to unlock the utility
- Click on save service report button to save the subsystem report.

Thank you,

Regards,

Promise Team

Palle Jensen posted this 12 September 2019

Ok

just done that

 

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Greg Christopher posted this 09 February 2021

Just curious if you got an answer @palie

Palle Jensen posted this 09 February 2021

Hi and thanks for the question

frankly I dont recall ... the system works fine as such, I have however modified the setup so now I have 3 boxes: a Pegasus 3R4 16TB for live data, a Pegasus 2R4 for Timemachine onlyand the Pegasus 2R6 for backup of the Live data, and as general storage.

They are now placed in a separate room connected via a long Corning TB3 cable and daisychained via  an TB3/TB2 adapter.

kind regards

Palle

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