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How to move FileSystem safely.
Last Post 10 Jun 2013 10:03 AM by Steve Wranovsky. 3 Replies.
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MichaelUser is Offline
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07 Jun 2013 10:54 PM  

I currently have an Image Server with images going to E:\FS. This is listed as Tier 1. I don't have anything under Tier 2 or 3. Currenlty I have almost completely filled up the E drive. I don't want to delete any images. I added a third partion with F drive. How do I get all new incoming images to route to the F drive instead of E drive?

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07 Jun 2013 11:15 PM  
This link will give you an idea on the Storage File System and should address your need.

http://www.clearcanvas.ca/dnn/Portals/0/ClearCanvasFiles/Documentation/UsersGuide/ImageServer/1_3/index.html?disk_management_support.htm
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10 Jun 2013 09:53 AM  

It appears that the rules and examples listed should have been setup on the front end. What I am trying to do is figure out how to either move them to another storage file system or have all new images route to another one. I don't want anything to delete that I am currently storing.

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10 Jun 2013 10:03 AM  

Medde,

You should just be able to add your new partition as a new Tier 1 filesystem. Since this new filesystem on Tier 1 has the most free space, the ImageServer will start using it to store new studies.  If you were to assign the new filesystem to Tier 2, all of the files on your current partition would be migrated to the tier 2 filesystem, and new studies would be stored to your first filesystem.  Depending on your goals, you should also adjust the watermarks on your first filesystem to ensure that files are not deleted.

Steve

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