Installation of Exchange 2007

Posted on 2007-10-16
Last Modified: 2010-03-06
Installing exchange 2007. RAID 1 for c: and d: drive. Raid 10 for e:. Done a typical install of Exchange 2007.
Installed to c: drive. Going to put transactions logs on d: and database on e:. Should  have I done a custom install and put all the roles on e:, as they would have been put on C: by the typical install. Whats your thoughts?
Question by:greentriangle
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    It's important to have database and transaction log on separated disk. The roles can by on the same disk. The Microsoft doc recomend that server roles should by installed on different servers, but says nothing about diferent disk for each role.

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    I usually put the application on the C drive, and then use the other arrays for data only. Therefore what you have done is what I would have done.


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