You can create, initialize, or delete, the secondary data areas of a stopped Database Cluster. (Refer to Section 7.14 Stopping a Database Cluster's Engine to learn how to stop a Cluster.) To begin, select a Database Cluster in the Summary Area, then choose Edit => Locations. Alternatively, you can double-click on a row of the Location tab on the Detail Area.
The system displays the Edit Locations dialog, where you can edit the column that displays the currently assigned path to the secondary data area of each row. Note that Control Center controls only secondary data areas it has created. You are strongly advised to have only secondary data areas created and managed using Control Center.
When you select a path to edit, if the secondary data areas you are trying to modify contain any databases, Control Center tells you that you must either delete the databases first (which you can do by using Administrator) or re-initialize the whole cluster (through Section 7.6 Initializing a Database Cluster).
Changes take effect only when you click OK.
Make sure to press
If a problem is encountered while performing one of these changes, the offending row is reselected. Changes to the lower-numbered rows have been performed; changes to the higher-numbered rows have not been performed yet. Correct the problem and click OK again to continue with the changes.