I just installed SQL server 2008 r2 enterprise on a Windows 2008 server and during the install I installed everything to point to the D drive, but now my boss wants the logs to go to the E drive. Is there a convientent way to point the logs to the E and leave the data files on the D drive?
The best way is writen here http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb522469.aspx .
To sum up, what you will do is set datase offline, then copy the file to the other location, rename the original filename(just
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