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<link linkend="zfs-term-resilver">resilver</link> operation,
the pool can grow to use the capacity of the new device. For
example, consider a mirror of a 1&nbsp;TB drive and a
- 2&nbsp;drive. The usable space is 1&nbsp;TB. Then the
- 1&nbsp;TB is replaced with another 2&nbsp;TB drive, and the
- resilvering process duplicates existing data. Because
+ 2&nbsp;TB drive. The usable space is 1&nbsp;TB. When the
+ 1&nbsp;TB drive is replaced with another 2&nbsp;TB drive, the
+ resilvering process copies the existing data onto the new
+ drive. Because
both of the devices now have 2&nbsp;TB capacity, the mirror's
available space can be grown to 2&nbsp;TB.</para>