Do yourself a big favour and get Partition Magic. It will let you resize
those partitions quite quickly, without the need for reinstallations.
From: Rayane Abdel-Samad <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: NTISP <email@example.com>
Date: Tuesday, 23 December 1997 1:01
Subject: NT partitions
>I am having trouble with an NT server. It is configured with two
>C:\ 200 Mbytes, containing the operating system. (NT 4.0)
>D:\ 2.5 Gbytes, containing everything else.
>Two days ago, C:\ was getting full and I was receiving warning messages.
>I tried emptying all the .tmp files and some of the old log files, and i
>also removed a program installed on C:\. I finally got 38 Mbytes of free
>Today looking at the free space on C:\ it was 36.5 Mbytes. If the space
>is going to be used at that rate, there will be trouble.
>I want to be able to go around this without having to stop the system,
>re-partition it and then reinstall the operating system and all the
>softwares (it is a server after all). All softwares are installed on D:\
>and only the dns is running and installed on c:\winnt\system32\dns.
>pagefile.sys is on D:\
>My questions are:
>1. How much can the c:\winnt directory grow?? Does it have an upper
>2. what are the things (if any) that i can congifure back to D:\ and
>save space?? (ex: log files, event viewer files, tmp files etc ..)
>3. What are the things that i can delete from the winnt directory (ex:
>fonts, help etc..)
>Computer & Communications Engineer, ME
>Web Administrator - IncoNet sal
>Phone: 961 1 582 000 ext: 386
>fax: 961 1 581 843
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