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I just completed building my SME Server with a 15GB primary drive and a 200GB secondary drive. The server is working great, but I am not sure if it is ...
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    Point i-bay to secondar drive?


    I just completed building my SME Server with a 15GB primary drive and a 200GB secondary drive. The server is working great, but I am not sure if it is set up the way I want it.

    Question: How do I make sure the i-bay functionality is using the 200GB drive instead of the 15GB one? I can't seem to find any function on the control panel to point (or mount) the i-bays to the secondary drive (which I think would be hdb). ANY help you can give would be greatly appreciated.

    Thank you.

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    What directory does i-bay work out of? You can mount the 200GB drive in a temporary location, transfer what you have, umount it, and then mount it where i-bay works:

    So if i-bay works out of /opt/ibay:
    Code:
    mount /dev/hdb1 /mnt/temp
    mv /opt/ibay/* /mnt/temp
    umount /mnt/temp
    mount /dev/hdb1 /opt/ibay
    Be sure to change your /etc/fstab appropriately, though.
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