was moved to superuser.com, and I don't know why.
It's an O/S question about a windows 2003 server, and it seems completely pertinent to serverfault.com. The people most likely to be able to answer it are people who work with large disks and windows 2003. (A server operating system)
Can people explain to me why this was moved.
So - It turns out that the disk is probably faulty. I was initially confused by the fact that the disk size had been halved to 1TB, and I felt this was an issue with Server 2003. I was wrong about this. I really believed that this was a server issue and not something that applied to any generic operating system.
Also - The FAQ has changed since I last read it. That whole "applies to any computer" subrule is new to me.
The point has been made here that I didn't provide enough information. I provided the information I had, and would have been happy to provide extra information as it was asked. I don't think I should be punished for not knowing where to look and what information to initially provide.
None of this was enough. The question was moved (I believed incorrectly), and when asking why it was moved, I was told that the reason was because "people voted for it to be moved". This was just hugely frustrating. After the move, and then the snotty responses (it was moved because we said so), I was left feeling that I was not welcome at serverfault.com.
I realise that I'm not a big user of serverfault, and my lack of admin knowledge may make me a noob, but to come to this place and be told that I'm not welcome is very upsetting. I know you don't really care about this, and you're more invested in making the place a proper forum for proper administrators, but the attitude towards my question, a question I asked in good faith, is wrong.
Don't know where I'm going with this. I know that serverfault is not the right place for me now. I guess I still have google. I think an ask/answer community should be better than this.