Originally Posted by rupertwh
Very easy. After you --fail and --remove the drive you can take it out. (Actually, unless you can hotswap, just take it out before booting up)
This obviously requires that your machine is still bootable with the leftover drive (BIOS- and grub-wise).
Then later put the drive back in and --add it.
Hey, Thanks for your reply...
The drive is used as storage only, so no system files are on it...
When you say --fail and --remove, what command is that for, as when i setup the raid, it was in the graphical setup of opensuse 10.2...?