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By dougudrsea ·
I'm setting up Exchange 2k on a Win2K server with 3 20 GB IDE drives. I think I should partition the C drive for just the OS and then RAID 5 remainder of C to the 2nd and 3rd drives. Is that a reasobalbe approach? How much of the initial Cdrive should I allow for Win2K OS only?

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by CG IT In reply to Space for OS on Win2K

I run E2K on a W2K server [SBS server] using a 10GB partition for C: [both E2K and W2K take up about 6GB] and have a 30GB for file and mailbox storage.

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by steve.grey In reply to Space for OS on Win2K

Personally I would set up exchange on a seperate drive to the OS due to its work-rate !!!

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by dougudrsea In reply to Space for OS on Win2K

Excellent, it was very helpful

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