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Windows server 2003 resize partition

  • Logging function is quite useful for computer users. Take Windows server 2003 for example, enterprise website user can better maintain and manage servers by examining logging files and analyzing PV and search engine work method. A large quantity of logging files would lead to partition space decrease, slow operating speed and even system crash though server users periodically clean logging files. In this regard, server users are recommended to resize partition storing logging files to ensure enough free space and normal operation of Windows server 2003.

    Crucial logging function
    A lot of improvements on workability and security performance were made on Windows server 2003, lack of management on enterprise server may fail to obtain high-efficiency. Log file management is a vital component of all server managements. At present, Windows server 2003 is densely applied on website servers which record all original information including web servers' receiving and handling requests and operating errors, etc, efficiently master server operating status, causes for errors and understand client view distribution by counting, analyzing and synthesizing log. Still, user can utilize log files to know which pages search engine crawled at what time by what types of search engine spiders. Hence, we must admit logging function is really useful and powerful and indispensable for enterprise users. If properly used, logging function would do tremendous goods to server management and website optimization.

    Sudden log file increase may lead to server crash
    Generally, log files are deleted after being counted and analyzed so as to procure valuable information. However, if page view of one website booming someday, a large number of log files will be generated, partition will have litter free space, server operating speed would decrease and server may even crash. Of course, user can delete log files to resolve this problem. But this is not the best solution since one the on hand many log files will be deleted and on the other hand this operation merely temporarily relieve server pressure. Therefore, employing third-party partition magic such as MiniTool Partition Wizard to resize partition is the best method, which neither requires user to delete log files, nor needs continual operation over server partitions.

    Resize partition with MiniTool Partition Wizard
    MiniTool Partition Wizard, powerful partition magic perfectly compatible with Windows server 2003, won't do any harm to partition while performing disk partition management operations. The following is a demonstration on resizing partition with MiniTool Partition Wizard:
    First, launch MiniTool Partition Wizard

    Select desired partition and click "Move/Resize" at the toolbar.

    Drag scrollbar or enter values in the textboxes below to resize partition. After that, click "OK".

    This preview interface shows partition size has been resized and user should last click "Apply" to execute pending operation.
    Isn't it simple to resize partition under Windows server 2003 with MiniTool Partition Wizard? If any interest, please visit https://www.partitionwizard.com/ to download MiniTool Partition Wizard or watch video demonstrations on each function of this partition magic software.