Need to seperate the program and resources on 2 different drives (SSD & HDD)
I just bought a new comptuer with a small solid state drive (SSD) for my programs and a 1TB hard disck drive (HDD) for all my data. I need to install the Logos 6 program or core engine on my SSD drive but have all the resources on my HDD. How can i do this?
I see this as being a common need since more and more computers are using both SSDs and HDDs. SSDs are usually much smaller and cannot hold (or are not meant to hold) all the resources or data. If there is already a way to do this can someone let me know? Otherwise, Can this option be developed as this would be a good and necessary feature that would help many people in my opinion?
I talked to a Tech today and at this point you can't do it but I had a similar situation. I have an SSD and a 4TB HDD. I want all of logos except the videos to be stored on the SSD and the videos to be stored on the HDD. Here is what I did and it seems to be working well.
I Created a logical partition on my 4TB HDD that was pretty big
2. When creating that partition I chose to have it mount to the "WebCashe" folder
- To do this you first need to find the "webcashe" folder and rename it something like "WebCashe (Old)"
- Then setup the logical partition to mount as the "WebCashe" Folder
- Then copy the files from the "WebCashe (Old)" to the "Webcashe" Folder
Now the Logos engine and books are all stored on my SSD for fast usage but the media and videos are on my HDD. Logos' program functions like it is all on one hard drive but in reality it is spread across 2.
It seems to be working fine but I don't guarantee that I won't have some bugs along the way.