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Where Should I Store the NDF Files for Microsoft SQL Server?

Updated at: Apr 20, 2020 GMT+08:00

When you add NDF files of the custom database and the tempdb database, do not place them in C drive. If you place them in the C drive, the system disk space will be exhausted and services may be interrupted. You need to store the NDF auxiliary file of the custom database in D:\RDSDBDATA\DATA and the NDF auxiliary file of the tempdb database in D:\RDSDBDATA\Temp.

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