Windows Server 2003 Best Practices for Enterprise Deployments phần 7

Các lệnh mở rộng sẽ tự động mở rộng ổ đĩa để mất tất cả các không gian có sẵn, bạn chỉ cần thêm. Hãy nhớ rằng đĩa mở rộng chỉ có thể được thực hiện trên các ổ đĩa không thuộc hệ thống. Bạn cũng có thể sử dụng các kịch bản với . | smipo VpDFo MeẾgevam c2 spíit U eirfe dpieterecl sfrs io nt e The extend command will automatically extend the disk to take up all of the available space you just added. Remember that disk expansion can only be done on non-system disks. You can also use scripts with . Simply insert your commands in a text file. Scripts are especially useful when you are staging servers with either the unattended or disk imaging installation techniques. In this case you ll also want to log all errors. To do so use the following command diskpart s QUICK TIP Microsoft has written a knowledge base article on disk and volume management. Search for article number Q329707 at http . Disk Structure Preparation Expanded disks ensure that your main disk partitions always remain the same. This means that you can create a standard disk structure for all servers. This structure should include the following C drive This is the system disk. D drive The data storage disk. E drive An optional disk for servers hosting database applications. In the Microsoft world this includes servers hosting Active Directory domain controllers SQL Server Exchange and SharePoint Portal Server. This disk is used to store transaction journals for these database applications. It can also be used to store shadow copies for file servers. F drive The DVD CDRW server drive. No matter how your server is constructed it should use this structure for its logical appearance. Since all disks can be extended no other drive letters should be required. The disk that requires the most structure is the D drive since it is the disk that will store user and group shared data and documents. This disk should include a master folder for each of the different data types identified earlier. In addition it is a good idea to structure the disk folders according to content. Thus the D drive would appear as illustrated in Figure 7-1. There are a few .