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Wow with all this info I might actually be able to figure out if my storage space is repairable. Been showing up as degraded even though I already replaced bad for several days now. I know it's supposed to carry out the repairs without user intervention
but if it's taking this long it'd be nice to know if it's normal. Anyways, found out about Get-VirtualDisk cmdlet from
https://social.technet.microsoft.com/wiki/contents/articles/11382.storage-spaces-frequently-asked-questions-faq.aspx#How_do_I_replace_a_physical_disk which shows incomplete which let me to this page which seems will be more helpful than anything I"ve come