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Add HDD to Hyper-V Host

Posted on 2014-09-10
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I would like to know if i Adding additional HDD to my server do i need upgrade RAM ?
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No, the amount of disks is independent from the amoun of disks/diskspace.
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No need to upgrade RAM if you just add disks. May be you need some more RAM depending on the use you do with them, but if you just add them to have more storage space, there is no need.
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