Replication with SFW/VVR 5.1 SP2 where system only has harddisk0
A customer has a Windows 2003 system with a single internal hard disk (harddisk0). There is no external storage attached to this system. SFW & VVR 5.1 SP2 have been installed on this system. There are two volumes on harddisk0........the volume for the C: drive, and a second volume for the D: drive.
The customer is asking if this single hard disk (harddisk0) can be placed into a Veritas dynamic disk group, so that VVR can be used to replicate the data on the D: drive volume. We can shrink the D: drive to make room for the SRL log volume.
I know this isn't recommended as a best practice, but I want to check with the Symantec engineers, to see if we can, in fact, put the harddisk0 (containing the C: drive) into a dynamic disk group, and replicate the D: drive, without adding another physical hard disk (harddisk1) to the system.
I've read through the SFW and VVR documentation, and there isn't anything specific about whether or not you can put harddisk0 into a Veritas dynamic disk group.