I have an HP ml310 g5 server running Small Business Server 2003. When I set it up, I thought it was like Server 2003, so I made the C: drive 24 Gb. C: is getting short on room. I have moved things off of it, and clean it up regulairly. I got this idea to add a drive. It has 3 - 72 Gb drives on I beleive an e200 controller. I ordered another drive and installed it thinking that it would be hot swappable and configure itself into the array, giving the C: drive preportionally more room. But it didn't. Called HP and they sent me a link to make a bootable CD running the HP Array Configuration Utility, and the user manual. I have a couple questions. First, if I expand the array with this drive, will it make the C:: drive any bigger, or will it stay the same because it was partioned at 24 Gb? Next question-it says in the manual that the OS needs to ALLOW LOGICAL DRIVE EXTENSION. Here is a link:
pages 24 and 25. Will Small Business Server 2003 deal with this expansion??
Thanks very much, Rob