I have a Mac Pro with an SSD boot drive which also houses /Applications. My home folder and data files are on software striped partition (just via Mac OS X - no hardware raid.) It's called Stripe. Drive Pulse reported that one of the Striped volume disks had a couple bad blocks.
I decided to be safe (I already back everything up offsite via Crashplan) and installed a new 3TB drive. I cloned it via Carbon Copy Cloner (which I saw in activity monitor uses rsync) and set it to clone daily.
Now, what I'd like to do is this: remove the "bad" disks and rename the new 3TB volume so that my home folder and any shortcuts/file paths are all exactly the same. I have unix experience and am not afraid of the command line/single user mode, but I am not exactly sure what steps to use to replace a non-boot drive with home folders.