Could anyone help how to move/migrate the JSS database in Windows server 2008 R2 from default location to new drive location.
You're going to likely be going off the reservation as far as JAMF support is concerned, but shutdown MySQL & Tomcat, move your database, change the datadir entry in your my.ini file. Bring up MySQL & Tomcat.
Obviously, try it in QA first. I'm not sure if there's anything in Tomcat that will require reconfiguration, but I don't believe so as it should rely upon MySQL for all that info.
i am not an expert, YMMV, test test test, etc etc
When we migrated JSS from Xserve>Win2008 virtual servers, we were faced with the same problem. Best practice (as per our datacenter team) is to put applications and data on a separate drive (not the boot drive).
So where I requested a virtual server with 140 GB of space, I got a server with a (C:) drive that had 40 GB of space and really only 8 GB available, and an (E:) drive that had 100 GB of space. When I reached out to our datacenter team to get this issue addressed, I got schooled on best practices (it was an eye opener).
Since we were on a strict delivery deadline, I had to provide justification for expanding the (C:) drive to 140 GB and of course then deleting the 100 GB (E:) drive. Given that JAMF does not provide a KB or formal best practice for putting the application/database on a non-boot drive, we had what we needed for the necessary change (and I was only out one virtual six pack to the team). :)
I know JSS is a framework, and kudos to JAMF for listening to our requests for migration to Windows virtual servers. Thanks to their efforts, our porfolio now includes a viable enterprise solution that won't spook datacenter teams, and won't cut too much into the client's datacenter budget.
Happy to see this thread, it shines the light on a real need...hopefully we'll see a KB from JAMF so we can make the necessary changes (virtual beer isn't cheap). :)
@jarednichols I'm going to ask our team to test what you described, hopefully they'll have some spare cycles.