Drive Partition Guidelines
Create drive partitions for the servers being built according to settings in the Unified ICM/Cisco Unified Contact Center Enterprise System Design Specification.
Format C drive as NTFS.
You might need to use the manufacturer's drive partitioning/RAID array software to set up the partition.
Logger or Administration and Data Server Partition Guidelines
For servers hosting a Logger or Administration & Data Server (Historical Data Server (HDS)), use the following guidelines for partitioning:
Use the C drive for the operating system, virtual memory paging file size, core Unified ICM, Microsoft SQL Server, and Microsoft SQL Server log and temp files.
Use the D drive to store the Logger or Historical Data Server database.
Keep the Microsoft SQL Server temp and log files on the C drive to maximize database performance.
Partition Guidelines for Other Contact Center Components
For servers hosting a Router, Peripheral Gateway, Administration & Data Server (non-Historical Data Server), CTI Server, and CTI OS Server, use a single partition C drive for the operating system, virtual memory paging file size, core Unified ICM software, the Administration & Data Server database, Microsoft SQL Server, and Microsoft SQL Server log and temp files.