Hi all: I ran into the issue of moving the content-repo folder to an NSS volume as un-doable do to the requirement that the folder needs to owned by local user zenworks. I have decided to remove my existing nss volume and then, using HP's setup utility, create two logical partitions in its place, one for ZCM and one for NSS. I still plan on keeping my image files on nss (via a soft link).

But I need some idea on how big to make the zenworks partition (ext3). It currently lives under a 6GB /var partition which has filled to the point that updates to ZCM fail do to lack of room. What would be your recommended size? 20 GB sound sufficient? It needs to hold all of content-repo except for images.

Thanks again, Chris.