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GPT disks can have partitions that are specific to OEM implementations, and your vendor documentation should describe what they are used for. The Windows operating system displays these partitions in Disk Management as Healthy (Unknown Partition). You cannot, however, manipulate these partitions in Disk Management or DiskPart. Additionally, if an unknown partition lies between two known partitions on a GPT disk, you won t be able to convert the disk from the basic disk type to the dynamic disk type.
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Any disk using the MBR or GPT partition style can be configured as a dynamic disk. Unlike basic disks, which have basic volumes that can be created as primary partitions, extended partitions, and logical drives, dynamic disks have dynamic volumes that can be created as the following types:
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A simple volume is a volume that s on a single drive and has the same purpose as a primary partition. A spanned volume is a volume that spans multiple drives. A striped volume is a volume that uses RAID 0 to combine multiple disks into a stripe set. A mirrored volume is a volume that uses RAID 1 to mirror a primary disk onto a secondary disk that is available for disaster recovery. A RAID-5 volume is a volume that uses RAID 5 to create a faulttolerant striped set on three or more disks.
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Techniques for creating and managing these volume types are discussed in the sections that follow.
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Storage Management
Creating a Simple or Spanned Volume
You create simple and spanned volumes in much the same way. The difference between the two is that a simple volume uses free space from a single disk to create a volume, while a spanned volume is used to combine the disk space on multiple disks to create the appearance of a single volume. If you later need more space, you can extend either volume type by using Disk Management. Here, you select an area of free space on any available disk and add it to the volume. When you extend a simple volume onto other disks, it becomes a spanned volume. Any volume that you want to expand should be formatted using NTFS because only NTFS volumes can be extended. Simple and spanned volumes aren t fault tolerant. If you create a volume that spans disks and one of those disks fails, you won t be able to access the volume. Any data on the volume will be lost. You must restore the data from backup after you replace the failed drive and re-create the volume. To create a simple or spanned volume, complete the following steps:
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1 In Disk Management Graphical View, right-click an area marked Unallocated on a dynamic disk, and then choose New Volume. This starts the New Volume Wizard, as shown in Figure 19-11. Click Next.
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Figure 19-11. The New Volume Wizard.
2 Select Simple to create a volume on a single disk or Spanned to create a volume on multiple disks, and then click Next. You should see the Select Disks page shown in Figure 19-12. Use this page to select dynamic disks that should be part of the volume and to size the volume segments on the designated disks.
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Figure 19-12. Select the disks that should be part of the volume, and then specify how much space to use on each disk.
3 Select one or more disks from the list of dynamic disks that are available and have unallocated space. Click Add to add the disk or disks to the Selected list box. Next, select each of the disks in turn, then specify the amount of space you want to use on the selected disk. Click Next when you are ready to continue. 4 Use the Assign Drive Letter Or Path page shown in Figure 19-13 to assign a drive letter or path. You can also choose Do Not Assign A Drive Letter Or Drive Path if you want to create the partition without assigning a drive letter or path. Click Next.
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