Disk A: 100GB Disk B: 200GB Disk C: 400GB
Suppose I had created a 300GB pool using
B. Then, I created a "simple" virtual disk on it, whose size is 300GB. Then, I only have 10GB data files on that volume. Logically, it is not impossible to add
C to the pool and then remove
A, while keeping the virtual disk. The System can just copy the data from
I tried this with the Storage Spaces of Windows 10, and it worked as I expected. But when I tried it on Windows Server 2016, the popup message said the virtual disk must be deleted.
If Storage Spaces can do, I think Storage Pool could do that too. Is there a way, or is it impossible on Storage Pools?