I believe this is related to the "Best Practice ELM Storage" discussion. My IT department is moving the NFS mount point I use for a storage device and increasing its size. From reading an earlier discussion on Best Practice for ELM Storage I understand the process is as follows:
1. I stop my Receiver/ELM (I'm using an ESM/ELM combo box)
2. IT moves data to new location (having already defined it and given me the required information)
3. I change ELM storage device and storage pool configuration as required (IP address, path, size, etc.)
4. I start my ELM
During this process I'll loose any new data (not a problem). I also understand I don't have to reload the old data once it's moved. The ELM will recgonize and automatically reload the old data. Is my understanding correct?
Speaking with Engineering and QA your assessment is correct that should work.