I'm in kind of a pinch for disk space on my SYS volume. I currently have a 200MB partition on a SCSI hard drive allocated to volume SYS. Is it possible to insert an IDE hard drive in my server and then add the additional space to my SYS volume? Or am I just asking for trouble trying to spliting SYS volume between IDE and SCSI? Any thoughts would be greatly appreciated.
There won't be any problem - the difference between the disks for the Netware server is the HD driver.
The Netware server knows to use two drivers to make one volume on two HDs - so it won't be a problem
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