You need to backup all the files you want to keep and of course all your configuration information, destroy the pool, add the new hard drives, create the new pool, restore your configuration, restore all your data. You can use the Recommended Hardware Guide linked in my signature and buy a good HBA which will need the X16 slot on your motherboard, or you can do something that I have done and buy a small add-on card with a controller which FreeBSD supports. High-performance RAID storage controllers with features and flexibility that systems designers need. Also, if you can afford it I would install a third drive and create the new pool as a RAIDZ2 to cover for two drive failures. If you have the PCI-E X16 slot still open then you have a lot of options available however if you only have the X1 slots availble then you are very limited on what you can do.
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