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Exchange 2010 Databases and logs

Posted on 2014-11-28
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Hi exists a problem if I save my database in my Internal storage RAID 5 D:\ drive and my logs  is in the RAID 5 external Storage? USB
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by:Kash
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I take it the external storage is some kind of a NAS Storage and permanently connected then I don't see any issue with it.
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by:Seth Simmons
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it won't let you use removable media so don't plan for usb
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by:december41991
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USB is not supported - because Exchange needs a permanent drive letter assigned - also think of Disk IO !
Your environment will never be stable.

certainly not recommended or allowed.

:)
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by:PLCITS
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I've requested that this question be deleted for the following reason:

I find my own solution searching in internet

Thanks,
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by:Seth Simmons
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if you found an answer yourself, specify what that is and select that as the solution
instructions for doing that were posted earlier by the moderator
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I just installed a Thunderbolt card in my server and I used this conexion and the communication with my logs is really fast and is working really well
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