Media Vault - increase in size of the hard drive

I have a Media Vault with two 500 GB hard drives.  Is it possible to increase the size of hard drive beyond 500 each?


I managed to install two 750 gig drives in my Media Vault 2020 in a Raid 1 mirror.  To do this, you need to reinstall the operating system on hard drive #1.  I used the instructions provided by Lee Devlin at  Tip: Before using Nasload to reload operating systm, turn off the firewall in use.

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