I have a Windows 2003 server with:
- C: (15 Gb boot+system) on an old PATA disk
- G: (20 Gb empty) on a SCSI hardware RAID
- H: (220 Gb datas) on the same SCSI RAID
I want to move C: to the RAID. I plan to use the 20 Gb empty partition. So I will remove the PATA drive.
I plan to do this:
- activate the G: partition, so the RAID bootsector will point to it
- reboot the server with CloneZilla or whatever and copy C: to G:
- if necessary modify boot.ini to point to the correct disk
- remove the PATA drive
- reboot the server
- in case of failure, I just have to re-plug the PATA drive, erase G: (to be sure) and reboot
Will this work ?
I'm afraid about the G: will remain G: instead of been transformed to C:
And maybe I forgot other things.