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A RAID-5 volume is a fault-tolerant volume that stripes data and parity across three or more physical disks. Parity is a calculated value that is used to reconstruct data if one physical disk fails. When a disk fails, the volume continues to operate by re-creating the data that was on the
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fails. When a disk fails, the volume continues to operate by re-creating the data that was on the failed disk from the remaining data and parity. RAID-5 volumes are available only on computers running the Windows 2000 Server and Windows Server 2003 operating system families. RAID-5 volumes are not available on computers running Windows XP.
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You can convert a basic disk to dynamic by using Disk Management or by using DiskPart, a command-line tool that provides the same functions as Disk Management. When you convert a disk to dynamic, the following events occur:
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All existing primary partitions and logical drives become simple volumes. The disk joins the local disk group and receives a copy of the dynamic disk database.
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Before you convert a disk to dynamic, read the section Before Converting Disks to Dynamic later in this chapter to review the scenarios that are affected by dynamic disks. For example, converting disks to dynamic in a multiple-boot computer can cause startup problems if you do not configure your disks properly. If you decide to perform the conversion, see How to Convert a Basic Disk to Dynamic later in this chapter. Note
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For certain disks, the menu command to convert the disk to dynamic is unavailable in Disk Management. For more information, see Disks That You Cannot Convert to Dynamic later in this chapter.
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You can convert basic disks to dynamic at any time. In most cases, you do not need to restart your computer to complete the conversion. However, you must restart the computer if the disks you are converting contain any of the following volumes:
System volume The system volume contains hardware-specific files such as Ntldr, Boot.ini, and Ntdetect.com. These files are needed to load Windows XP Professional. These files cannot reside on a GPT Disk. Boot volume The boot volume contains the Windows XP Professional operating system and its support files. The boot volume can be, but does not have to be, the same volume as the system volume. Volumes that contain the paging file The paging file is a hidden file on the hard disk that Windows XP Professional uses to hold parts of programs and data files that do not fit in memory.
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Disk Management
Warning
When you convert MBR disks that contain the system, boot, or paging file volumes to dynamic, you are prompted to restart the computer two times. You must restart the computer twice to complete the conversion.
As shown in Figure 12-2, the Disk Management snap-in identifies these volumes in the graphical and disk list views. If you have a combined system and boot volume that also contains the paging file (the most common scenario), only System is shown.
Figure 12-2 How Disk Management identifies separate system, boot, and paging file volumes for an x86-based computer
The list volume command in DiskPart also shows the system, boot, and paging file volumes as follows:
Volume ### ---------Volume 0 Volume 1 Volume 2 Volume 3 Volume 4 Volume 5 Ltr --G C F D P E Label ----------Fs ----NTFS NTFS NTFS NTFS NTFS Type ---------Unknown Partition Partition Partition Partition Partition Size ------0 B 4096 MB 4651 MB 4096 MB 4664 MB 9 GB Status --------Healthy Healthy Healthy Healthy Healthy Info -------System Boot Pagefile
For more information about using DiskPart, see Managing Disks from the Command Line by Using DiskPart later in this chapter.
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