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Drive Partitions

Dear All,

could anyone help me, how can i configure the Disks Partitions for below IPCC server:

The Controllers were configured as Raid 1+0 , but i need to know what cisco Recommend about the logical Part. c:// , d://

CVP(Call Server)

CVP-RPT-04

CUP

AW

PG

Rogger

EIM

WIM

Thanks all

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Re: Drive Partitions

How many pairs of drives in RAID 1+0 do you have in these boxes? Do you have 2 pairs or just 1 pair?

Multiple partitions on 1 pair of drives doesn't gain you anything, so I would not bother. Cisco don't recommend anything. You can put everything in C:.

The only thing you may consider is a partition for Ghost images - that would make a restore of a PG or a CVP CallServer easy.

If you have 2 pairs of drives (say C: and D:) on your database machines (Rogger, AW, EIM) then follow the Cisco recommendations for the install. Install MS SQL on the C: drive and allow it to create the normal DBs there (master, tempdb). Create and build the ICM DB on the D: drive.

With EIM. I put the eGMaster on C: and eGActive on D:

CVP Reporting server is a special case.

Regards,

Geoff

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