The question: People I've talked to recommend that the hard drives be partitioned so that one drive holds the applications and one drive holds data. Why is this? I am now setting it up at work, and I mentioned this to my supervisor who opposes this approach. Is it recommended to be set up in this way, and if so, why?
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