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Jumping in on a remote site that ran out of space on the log file volume.  Exchange 2007.  
The storage groups are dismounted and I've begun pointing a storage groups log files to another volume.  Can this be done while it's dismounted?  30 minutes in and no progress but no failures in the wizard.
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below you will see screenshots.. skip move database part
http://www.buchatech.com/2010/10/move-exchange-2007-stores-logs-to-a-different-disk/
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each time it failed - restarting it now.  log file volume has 48 kb free
any other ideas?
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oohh... no space..
please follow below document so that you can delete some log files and make some space.. this will give some breathing space and then you can move log files location
http://blogs.technet.com/b/exchange/archive/2004/05/12/130556.aspx
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Great Advice!!
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