Re: M oving Files
I guess my question is: Why bother?
Why not just let the WHS storage mechanisms take care of the situation, once
the new drives are added to the pool?
What's the advantage of doing this manual work to clear the drive?
"Olaf Engelke" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> "CCH" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
>> I have a HP Media server that originnaly had a 500GB HDD. I have been
>> doing backups, and storing my Pictures, music and videos. I have recently
>> added 3 1 TB HDD, and wondering how to get all files except the WHS OS
>> off the original drive and onto the other drives.
>> Any assistance is appriciated.
> the disks are already added to the storage pool?
> Uninstall the latest WHS update (KB957825) and download and execute
> LZReallocator from
> This fills the d: drive and so triggers drive extender to move the data to
> one of the other disks.
> If this is completed, you can install KB957825 again.
> Some files will always stay on d: drive. All, what you see in d:\shares,
> are not real files, but tombstones pointing to the real location, where
> the data is stored.
> Best greetings from Germany