Sorry for the probably dumb question, but i'm trying to replace a "bad" drive in FreeNAS-8.0-RC5-i386. I've followed the very simplistic GUI documentation that just says to click "Replace" and specify the new disk. OK - now what? Nothing changes at all ... the "View Disks" page simply reloads with the same info (nor do i get any error messages). Reading indicates the drive needs to resilver, and the disk in question is a WD 2T which can take several hours. HOWEVER, i've no indication anything is happening at all. I don't recognize any new processes (i could be missing something since i frankly don't know what to look for), my system stats (cpu/mem/etc) are all flat, and i don't hear any sig activity from the box (although i don't know i'd notice since the drive's rather quiet while the fan's pretty loud). This is a closet box ... if it had a keyboard and monitor, i'd simply check zpool status to verify whether it's resilvering. As it is, it's enough of a pain to hook up a board & monitor that i'd rather drop the entire volume and start over from scratch (just backed everything up on another network drive). So my real questions are ... - Is there any way to verify it's working from the GUI? -OR- Is there an easy way for remote CLI? - Should i assume this isn't working, or do i just need to be more patient? - If it's working how will i know it's done? Will the (three-disk) volume simply stop showing as "DEGRADED"? ... it's not so simple following the CLI documentation. Many thanks!