I’m trying to create stripes in Windows with the latest open source edition of Virtuoso (6.1.6)
So I’ve set Striping=1 and also wrote
Segment1 = 50g, c:\v1\v1.db
Segment2 = 50g, d:\v2\v2.db
into the virtuoso.ini file; the trouble I have is that the system creates files named “c” and “d” in the databases directory and starts filling them with zeroes or whatever it is doing. I guess there must be some kind of escaping that I’m missing that would cause virtuoso to recognize that this is a drive letter.
What should I be doing here?