Hi, I'm novice in clustering, please be lenient for dumbs questions. In a SQL2K Cluster using SAN as shared storage. The DBA creates drive X: for data and Y: for log. The idea is to have them separate for better performance. I am wondering if that could make any difference than just using a same logical drive. My reasonning is that the SAN unit is physically the same. The data channel through the same fiber cable. Whether we call drive X or Y, I have no idea how the SAN manages the storage internally. Question1: is there any benefit of using different SAN logical drives? Question2: is it OK to use the same SAN as shared quorum drive for the Windows 2000 Cluster? Thanks in advance for any help.