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How to create a domain in D:

Discussion in 'Plesk 9.x for Windows Suggestions and Feedback' started by JORGEMAL, Oct 13, 2010.

  1. JORGEMAL

    JORGEMAL Guest

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    I just started to use Plesk Panel and I see that, when I create a web site, it is set in the C: drive. My server has 2 drives, C: and D: and I want to take advantage of both. Is there a way to instruct Plesk to use a drive other than C:?

    I review the Domain Templates option but I cannot find a place to tell Plesk to create a domain in my D: drive.

    With respect,
    Jorge Maldonado
     
  2. IgorG

    IgorG Forums Analyst Staff Member

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    Just use Plesk reconfigurator for changing vhosts location.
     
  3. JORGEMAL

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    Does this mean that it is only possible to have Plesk create domains in one drive?
    What if I want to create a few domains in C: and, over time, continue creating them in drive D: so at the end I have domains in both drives?

    My intention is to create domains in drive C: firstly and monitor disk space; then when 50% of such a drive is left, I want to start creating them in drive D:.
    I wonder if this can be done with Plesk Panel.

    Respectfully,
    Jorge Maldonado
     
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    IgorG Forums Analyst Staff Member

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    It is impossible to store vhosts data on different disks from Plesk point of view. Vhosts data should be in one location.
     
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