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Anonymous
September 10, 2005 9:50:36 PM

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I have a win2000 system with a software/OS mirrored drive. the c drive
currently is 10 gig and the d drive is 80 gig and both are on the same hard
drive. I am down to 800 meg on the c drive. This is 1 of 2 domain
controllers. is there a reliable program that will let me take about 10
gig from the d drive and give it to the c drive on this system ?

craig


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Anonymous
September 10, 2005 9:50:37 PM

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You'll probably need to break the mirror, resize (using third party tools),
then recreate the mirror.

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"MSnews" wrote:
|I have a win2000 system with a software/OS mirrored drive. the c drive
| currently is 10 gig and the d drive is 80 gig and both are on the same
hard
| drive. I am down to 800 meg on the c drive. This is 1 of 2 domain
| controllers. is there a reliable program that will let me take about 10
| gig from the d drive and give it to the c drive on this system ?
|
| craig
|
|
| --
| http://QLiner.com
|
| Far out in the uncharted backwaters of the unfashionable end of the
Western
| Spiral arm of the Galaxy lies a small unregarded yellow sun. Orbiting this
| at a distance of roughly ninety-eight million miles is an utterly
| insignificant little blue-green planet whose ape-descended life forms are
so
| amazingly primitive that they still think digital watches and cell phones
| are a pretty neat idea...
|
|
Anonymous
September 10, 2005 11:08:47 PM

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Some third party packages do partition resizing reliably. PartitionMagic
(Powerquest) is one.

MSnews wrote:
> I have a win2000 system with a software/OS mirrored drive. the c drive
> currently is 10 gig and the d drive is 80 gig and both are on the same hard
> drive. I am down to 800 meg on the c drive. This is 1 of 2 domain
> controllers. is there a reliable program that will let me take about 10
> gig from the d drive and give it to the c drive on this system ?
>
> craig
>
>
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Anonymous
September 10, 2005 11:08:48 PM

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Thanks
Version 8 only handles hardware raid 0 and raid 5

craig

"Dan Seur" <click@casta.net> wrote in message
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> Some third party packages do partition resizing reliably. PartitionMagic
> (Powerquest) is one.
>
> MSnews wrote:
>> I have a win2000 system with a software/OS mirrored drive. the c drive
>> currently is 10 gig and the d drive is 80 gig and both are on the same
>> hard drive. I am down to 800 meg on the c drive. This is 1 of 2
>> domain controllers. is there a reliable program that will let me take
>> about 10 gig from the d drive and give it to the c drive on this system ?
>>
>> craig
>>
>>
>
Anonymous
September 10, 2005 11:19:40 PM

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CAUTION - Just realized you have a mirror...not sure whether
PartitionMagic handles that...

Dan Seur wrote:

> Some third party packages do partition resizing reliably. PartitionMagic
> (Powerquest) is one.
>
> MSnews wrote:
>
>> I have a win2000 system with a software/OS mirrored drive. the c
>> drive currently is 10 gig and the d drive is 80 gig and both are on
>> the same hard drive. I am down to 800 meg on the c drive. This is
>> 1 of 2 domain controllers. is there a reliable program that will let
>> me take about 10 gig from the d drive and give it to the c drive on
>> this system ?
>>
>> craig
>>
>>
>
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