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How to split filegroup files to more than physical storage drive


How to split filegroup files to more than physical storage drive

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Are I can spread my database filegroup files to more than storage drive , not on the same storage drive , and stay connected logically as if they in the same drive , for example I want create filegroup named filegroup1 consist of these files : Data1.mdf
Data2.ndf , Data3.ndf
and I want to put every file in different storage drive , I will put Data1.mdf in Drive D , Data2.ndf in Drive F , Data3.ndf in Drive G and SQL Server will read them as filegroup despite they not in the same physical place , If this possible how can I do that
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MohamedDBA (11/24/2013)
Are I can spread my database filegroup files to more than storage drive , not on the same storage drive , and stay connected logically as if they in the same drive , for example I want create filegroup named filegroup1 consist of these files : Data1.mdf
Data2.ndf , Data3.ndf
and I want to put every file in different storage drive , I will put Data1.mdf in Drive D , Data2.ndf in Drive F , Data3.ndf in Drive G and SQL Server will read them as filegroup despite they not in the same physical place , If this possible how can I do that


Yes, you can do this using GUI or t-sql, I'm not if that's what you are asking..

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MohamedDBA (11/24/2013)
Are I can spread my database filegroup files to more than storage drive , not on the same storage drive , and stay connected logically as if they in the same drive , for example I want create filegroup named filegroup1 consist of these files : Data1.mdf
Data2.ndf , Data3.ndf
and I want to put every file in different storage drive , I will put Data1.mdf in Drive D , Data2.ndf in Drive F , Data3.ndf in Drive G and SQL Server will read them as filegroup despite they not in the same physical place , If this possible how can I do that


It is absolutely possible. Please refer to Books Online as to how. Lookup "filegroup".

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MohamedDBA (11/24/2013)
Are I can spread my database filegroup files to more than storage drive , not on the same storage drive , and stay connected logically as if they in the same drive , for example I want create filegroup named filegroup1 consist of these files : Data1.mdf
Data2.ndf , Data3.ndf
and I want to put every file in different storage drive , I will put Data1.mdf in Drive D , Data2.ndf in Drive F , Data3.ndf in Drive G and SQL Server will read them as filegroup despite they not in the same physical place , If this possible how can I do that

I'm assuming you have already created the files and want to move them is that correct?

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