I have 2 EX 2010 servers in a dag. 1 of the servers needs a bigger drive for the logs
Can anyone comment on my plan to move these logs
currently the logs for both servers are sitting on the I drive on each
I was hoping I could
1) stop mail services on both servers
2) manually copy the contents of the I drive on server 1 to the new drive (J:)
3) Via disk management reassign the current I: drive a new drive letter and reassign the J: drive to now be I:
4) start all mail services
Will this plan work or is there something I may be missing
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