Windows Server 2000/2003 Thread, Server 2003 Re-Booted with full C Drive - Help! in Technical; replica server, A domain controller? Have you got another drive in the server?...
13th April 2011, 09:47 PM #16
replica server, A domain controller? Have you got another drive in the server?
14th April 2011, 12:15 AM #17
2 Thanks to Arthur:
irsprint84 (14th April 2011), johnj1710 (15th April 2011)
14th April 2011, 12:25 AM #18
If you do that then anyone on the network can connect to the share and delete files!
14th April 2011, 12:53 AM #19
The whole process doesn't take long (10-20 minutes at most). John just needs to delete enough files to enable the server to boot again. This could be done before everyone gets in for example. Alternatively, he could assign it a static IP on a different subnet or use a laptop + crossover cable.
On our CC3 network no one has access to My Network Places, the address bar in Windows Explorer or the Run box so in theory they shouldn't be able to find the share. I imagine John's network is fairly similar?
15th April 2011, 08:55 AM #20
- Rep Power
Thanks for the warning and concern SOMABC, but it's ok as no one is in my school at the moment..... All away on hols except for me and the cleaner. I control the cameras as well and can see everything from my desk so even if someone does come in, I would know.... Thanks also to Arthur (as well as every one else who has helped here) as this worked a treat. Actioned above and did the housekeeping which gave me 640mb on the c: drive. Rebooted the server and it came up stable. Further checking on the c drives of both servers revealed that Server one had a page file on the D drive but somebody had left Server 2's page file on the c drive. I moved it after extending another drive and rebooted the server again. Now have 2.6gb free on the c drive of Server 2 and 2.4gb free on the c drive of server 1. Emergency over now and thanks again to all of you.... Also now have a Ubuntu Live cd to try out when the time comes.... Thank goodness for the internet, this site and all of you......
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15th April 2011, 11:28 PM #21
Well done, crisis over, just out of interest what software did you use to extend the drive. Got a server with similar size drive (already cleaned it up and moved the spool file and swap file and still only around 1Gb free). Got a new server in place so not critical, it just manages the printers and intend moving them eventually.
Originally Posted by johnj1710
16th April 2011, 09:12 PM #22
Oh and free up a bit more space, moving the $ntuninstall folders and servicepackfiles is a good idea too.
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