Migrations

In some cases the actual drive get filled with the web-contents. In this scenario the web contents have to be migrated to some other drive which have more disk space

Moving User Home Directory to new drive:

This document explains how to move the directory for user homes to a different location. This may be required, for instance, if you are replacing your hard drive with a bigger one

Follow the below steps to change HSHOME directory:

1.    Add new HDD
2.    Create new HSHOME directory
3.    Copy all user content into the new HSHOME directory with Xcopy. For example, to copy from disk D: to disk F:, execute in the command prompt:
Xcopy d:\hshome f:\hshome /O/E
4.    Change the path to HSHOME directory in:
o    Registry key HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Psoft\HSphere\HsServULayer\QuotaService\HomeDir
o    [disk]:\hsphere\scripts\conf.inc
o    [disk]:\hsphere.net\bin\hsphere.config
5.    Restart all H-Sphere services
6.    Link the new HDD to the old home dir location. This can be done with Sysinternals Junction or any other utility of this kind.
7.    Move quota entries for all accounts using the QuotaMove utility. For example, to move quote entries from disk D: to disk F:, execute in the command prompt:
QuotaMove.exe d:\ f:\

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