Deleting a Volume or RAID Set
As a first step in modifying your RAID configuration, you can delete an existing volume
or RAID set to free up the drives needed to create a new volume or RAID set.
To delete the computer’s startup volume or the RAID set that the startup volume
is based on, you must first start up the computer from a different disk that has the RAID
software installed, such as
the Mac OS X or Mac OS X Server installation disc that comes with your computer
an external disk on which you have installed Mac OS X or Mac OS X Server using the
installation disc that comes with your computer
When you delete a RAID set, all volumes based on that RAID set are also
To delete a RAID set or a volume:
Open RAID Utility and choose the volume or RAID set in the left column.
Click Delete Volume or Delete RAID Set.