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How to re-partation a mirrored SBS drive

By abcs ·
I have a Dell Server PESC420 running 2003 SBS with 2 80GB drives that are mirrored. Drive C: is 12 GB and drive E: is 67 GB.
I would like to make the C: drive 25GB. Is there any software that will allow me to do this, without deleting the volume and starting over, and having to re-install everything.

TIA to anyone who can answer me.

Robert Payne

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by scott_heath In reply to How to re-partation a mir ...

Do you know if your disk has been converted to dynamic or is it set to basic. This is visible in the Disk Management MMC snap-in.

You could try Acronis Disk Director or EASEUS.

I would also look at moving your swap file to another partition, this could save upwards of 4GB if it is on your C: drive. You might also uninstall any apps (SQL Server, Oracle, etc) and move them to another partition. I typically create my C: drive on a server at 15GB for Server 2003.

Regards,
Scott

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by scott_heath In reply to How to re-partation a mir ...

Is this hardware mirroring or is software (Windows) mirroring?

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