mercoledì 8 agosto 2012 09:21
Hi, I'm trying to sort through several guides on installing Sharepoint 2010 on a D drive.
As I understand it, I install SQL2008r2 to the D drive first, and I should then be able to install Sharepoint to the D drive.
From what I've read, all the information that users upload to Sharepoint is stored in the SQL database, hence the need to put it on the D drive.
Am I correct that this is quite possible? Installing Sharepoint and SQL on the D drive?
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mercoledì 8 agosto 2012 09:50SharePoint stores all the data in SQL Server databases. And during installation of SQL Server you can configure the default locations for databases and log files. So even if you will install SQL and SharePoint on C drive, you can configure SQL to store the databases on the D drive, to separate the content from the applications and OS.
Marek Chmel, WBI Systems (MCTS, MCITP, MCT, CCNA)
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- Contrassegnato come risposta mattstarczak mercoledì 8 agosto 2012 11:43
venerdì 10 agosto 2012 02:15Let me clarify that some. Ultimately the core of SharePoint goes on the system drive (C) no matter what. You cannot change this so you need to plan accordingly. You can change the path of some index files and some other related files in the installer but don't let that fool you into thinking you have installed onto the "D" drive". SharePoint lives on C.
- Proposto come risposta KSDN venerdì 10 agosto 2012 03:31