Dell Server 2003 only provides 12 GB to on System partition, so my C Drive Runs on Low Disk Space now and often, I cleaned up log files and temporary files, but I still get the alert of low disk space. I actually have pretty much more free space in other partitions, how can I move them to C Drive, so I can get rid of this annoy alert?
Dell may think 12 GB is enough for server users, it's actually not. Partition size is changing or, to be more specific, increasing as days go by. If we providing services to network users, folder size in System partition will be enlarged in months. We cannot always reinstall server system to get a clean OS, cost too much. We need to find a simple and fast way to extend server system partition.
By doing so, we keep data safe in Dell Server Partition; you don't have to reinstall server system again. You don't have to use diskpart utility in Pre-OS again.
RAID 5 partitions in Dell Server extension is also supported on Partition Expert, you can quickly extend RAID 5 partition with data intact. So when you find Dell Server Partition in RAID 5 running on low disk space, just hire Partition Expert to fix this problem.
Steps to extend RAID 5 Partition on Dell Server are the same to extend system partition on Dell Server though, there're 3 more tips we want to share:
Before you choose any partition software, what are the requirements you may thought to resize Dell Server? Fast, Safe, easy to access, and data stay untouched. That's right, but not enough; you need enhanced security to data, especially for server system. Macrorit Disk Partition Expert outstanding itself in the following reasons: