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System path location - 12.Jan.2006 1:39:58 PM   


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I have just installed exchange 2003 into my exchange 5.5 site successfully.

I have not moved any mailboxes yet to the new exchange 2003 server.

I am first configuring the locations of my transaction log and databases of my only store.

I have one storage group and 1 store and i want to move the logs and databases to a larger drive on the server.  I have done this by browsing the storage group to move transaction logs and in mailbox store to move the .edb and .stm files.  My only concern is the system path location in the storage group properties.  I have left that at its default location, is that ok or should i move that as well.
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RE: System path location - 18.Jan.2006 4:09:01 PM   
Tom Decaluwé


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hi guv,

The system path is the location where exchange writes it's  checkpoint (and temp.edb if i'm not mistaken) files. These never become very big so should not be a problem but in my standard install procedure i usually put the system path to the same location as the log files.

You can find some extra info on this in my exchange disaster recovery class slides on www.decaluwe.info/dotnetnuke


Tom Decaluwé


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