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What is best practice for system path and log location?

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I just put in a new mailbox server.  The logs and system path are on c:  There is a seperate drive for the logs, which will be d:.  Is it recommended to move the system path with the logs or keep on c:?
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Move to a a different drive.. It is also recommended that the alternate drive reside on separate spindles.
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I put the system path on d with the logs and the databases on e
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