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Unanswered: Fresh SQL 2008 Server Install which drive?
I am going to install SQL Server 2008 on a brand new Windows Server 2008 box. SQL is the only thing that will be on this box.
C Drive 80Gb
D Drive 1Tb
I thought the best setup would be to put the database engine on C drive and all the databases and logs on D drive.
Is that the best setup for performance?
I would put everything on D:, and leave C: for O/S and Paging, also depends if it is a separate drive or just a partition using the same controller and spindle.
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