I need some really urgent help help here. We use a single drive letter and use 4 mount points on it to separate the DATA, TLOG, TEMPDB and BACKUP drives. This we use it on Windows Server 2008 R2 with SQL 2008 installations on a 2-node cluster environment.
Recently we had to create one more instance on this cluster. There were 4 mount points created by our storage team and the technician who performed the installation did the following.
>>Added 4 mount points to the cluster resource group.
>>During the SQL cluster installation it discovered 5 drives in total (which includes the actual drive letter and 4 mount points)
>>He completed the remaining installation
After completing the installation, we noticed that they were not showing under the driver letter but instead 4 drive letters were created. I assume this could be because he did not add dependency of the mount points to the drive letter assigned.
Currently the instance is active but we need to convert these drive letters to mount points and should be added under a single drive letter which was originally intended.
Appreciate any help on this.