Question about Dell G6632 146 GB SCSI Ultra320 Hard Drive
A larger drive should auto-configure just fine keep in mind that you may not get access to the full drive depending on how you have it all setup. In any case if there are any problems with the auto-configure you should be able to easily go into the RAID manager and tell it what you want to do with the drive.
Posted on Nov 14, 2007
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Microsoft Sharepoint records its usage logs in diagnostic files.
Each of these logs can be maintained and used through the Windows graphical user interface.
Deleting a log erases its records permanently from your hard drive, but in turn frees disk space that can be used for other purposes.
Open your Start menu and type "Sharepoint" in the search programs and files box.
Click "SharePoint Portal Server Central Administration" and press "Enter."
Click "Server Name" where "Server Name" is the name of your server, then click "Configure diagnostic settings."
Click "View Diagnostic Logs," then select the log you'd like to modify.
Click "Delete" on the toolbar, then click "Yes."
Your log is now deleted.
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