Our office is currently running on SBS 2011 Standard x64, on this server we have Microsoft Exchange 2010 and a virtual environment in which Terminal Server is running.
I have been advised that to increase performance of the OS (C:\ - mirrored), that the mailbox database can be moved to a different physical drive that are installed (F:\ - mirrored)
I have done this, but I have noticed that since doing this, the new database location wasn't seeing files with up-to-date timestamps but files with new time stamps were showing up in the original database location.
The mailboxes were moved via the following process: Open 'Exchange Management Console' and using the tree in the left pane, clicking 'Organization Configuration' and then highlighting 'Mailbox'. In the top panel on the right hand side, in 'Database Management' I right-click on each mailbox and have the option of 'Move Database Path..' On selecting that option I can alter the Database File Path and from there I changed it to another physical drive. The log Folder Path was left on the original drive under C:
Is there a reason that this is happening or has the database move not been as successful as the GUI leads me to believe?
As usual, any and all assistance is greatfully received.
Added note: This has now been solved. The move was successful and I am told the files were simply re-indexing.