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Default Replacing a hot plug drive with a larger one on ispconfig 3 hp proliant DL380 G3

Guys I have an HP Proliant DL380 running Ubuntu 12.04 with ISPConfig 3 installed.

I have purchased 2x146GB hot plug SCSI hard drives to replace 2x 18GB ones. I have setup HP's RAID5 on all of the drives.

Is it possible to replace these drives without losing any data? I have my mail server and webserver running and is essential for our work to remain intact.

Any help much appreciated
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