Can somebody explain exactly what the M drive does and how big does it need
The M: is not a real drive, you do not need to specify a size for it, you do
not need to touch it.
You should not virus scan it or back it up, in other words leave the M:
alone, it is using by the Exchange 2000 (EXIFS).
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Quote:> Can somebody explain exactly what the M drive does and how big does it
> to be?
It's quite useful for scripting with unix -- I would have
to say :)
As Mark said, you don't need to worry about it's size --
as long as you focus in the database itself :)
how big does it needQuote:>-----Original Message-----
>Can somebody explain exactly what the M drive does and
I have an active/active MS cluster with M: showing up on Node B. On Node A
I am not seeing the drive. Everything else is working OK. Is there any way
to correct this? Do I need to have this fixed, or is this just a bug that I
don't know about?
Thanks in advance
Ace Hardware Corp.