Help Changing RAID1 to RAID0 + Backup Versioning in RTRR function

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Hello,
I'm asking for help in my changes to my QNAP NAS setup. Sorry for my english... :)

NOW, I have two TS-212P (say {A} and {B} ) .
{A} is primary for working and is configured as RAID1 with two 3T HDD inside.
{B} has one 3T HDD - as single backup of {A} (backup is doing each night).

Becasue 3T is run out now, so I want to change for:
{A} will be have 2x3T=6T HDD in RAID0
{B} will be have 2x8T=16T HDD in RAID0 - as BACKUP with VERSIONING in RTRR (from {A} to {B})

I don't know if I good understand this function...
I want have 1 version of everything (even if accidentally deletion happen), and 2 or 3 versions of files most updated...

1. Is it possible with this function VERSIONING in RTRR ?
2. How to migrate from RAID1 to RAID0 on {A} without loosing and copying files?
3. Is my idea good at all??? :)

PS: I hope 16T in {B} will enough HDD space for my setup....

Thanks You for any help!
Stan
 
i thought there was reply here.

2. How to migrate from RAID1 to RAID0 on {A} without loosing and copying files?
Not possible at all, period. Need to initilize NAS as new.
are you sure you want to migrate from mirror (raid1) to stripping (raid0) which is less secure about disk failure ? in raid0 if one disk fails , data is gone.

BACKUP with VERSIONING in RTRR (from {A} to {B})
afaik , it's possible to make versioning in nas itself (make version copy in another folder), but in rtrr no idea, needs testing.