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Using an additional database folder

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I've got a client setting up FM Server 9 Advanced on a Mac OS X Server (10.5.6). There's a regular 280 GB internal drive and another, internal 550 GB RAID drive mounted as a regular volume. (It's formatted as Mac OS Extended (Journaled).)

I cannot get the FM Server Administration tool to recognize the path to the RAID as valid. I have confirmed that another directory on the main drive will resolve correctly, but cannot duplicate this with the RAID. This is not a remote drive, which I understand cannot work.

Has anyone seen this behavior, or offer any clues?

Thanks very much.

Bill Krauss

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First thing is to check the folder permissions.

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That was it. The problem was solved by setting both the group/owner and file permissions to match those of the default database directory.

Thanks very much.

bk

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Just a note that you ar running an unsupported OS here. So other things may arise to surprise you from time to time.

Steven

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