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Windows 2003 Server R2 system partition full - move and/or expand

PROBLEM: My System (C:) and Data (D:) partitions are full and I need to expand them or move them to larger drives. SPECS: Dell PowerEdge 2900 server Adaptec 39320A SCSI adapters Dell Perc 5/i RAID ...
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Setup 1x RAID5 array with multiple LVs and differnt filesystems?

Centos 5.9 - 2.6.18-348.3.1.el5 i686 Raid5 - 4 Disks + 1 Spare (all WD RED 3TB) Does it make sence to create multiple LV within the same VP and configure them as differnt filesystems: Example: LV1: ...
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Partitioning and configuring a RAID array for a dedicated MySQL server

I'll be running ubuntu server on a 3 disks server (450 GB each) and 16 GBs of RAM. My target at the moment isn't configuting MySQL itself, but what could be the best RAID configuration for my case ...
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/boot on separate disk or on the raid array

I have 3 ssd disks (59 GB) each. I want to use them as sofware raid5 with fedora 15. I read that it is recommended to have /boot on a separate disk. 2 questions: 1) is it possible and advisable to ...
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Merging unallocated space to existing partition in Raid5

I have Dell PowerEdge Server T310 built with a Raid5 (3 x 300gb) Windows Server 2008 R2 SAS controller PERC H700. I have recently added a 4th drive 300gb thru Dell’s application “Openmanage”. The ...
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Ubuntu Server: Partitioning large hardware raids

I am trying to set up a storage server which has a hardware raid controller and 15x3 TB harddrives. This server is a dedicated server from hetzner.de and I am using the default setup routine ...
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/home partition stuck

I have development box with apache and userdir mod enabled. Sometimes, entire /home partition becomes inaccessible. Apache can't access scripts stored there, and I cant cd to /home nor ls its ...
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mdadm: Swapping out small hard drives for bigger ones in a RAID5, How to partition?

So I got the gist of swapping out smaller hard drivers for bigger ones in an MDADM RAID5: Fail and remove one drive. mdadm -f /dev/md0 /dev/sdd1 mdadm -r /dev/md0 /dev/sdd1 Shutdown, swap the ...
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MediaShield RAID 5 is showing up as 760GB when the actual size is 2.7TB

I just finished setting up Windows 2003 Server on my new server, and I started setting up a RAID 5 for it. I have 4x1TB Hard Drives. From MediaSheild RAID Utility (at boot time) the RAID size is ...