No. ÂI was referring to the "c:" drive running out of space. ÂSay a spammer floods a mail server with garbage that fills the drive unexpectedly.
My understanding is that under Windows you allocate space to a "drive", then reference that drive from applications. The logical drive is a fixed size - and doesn't extend automatically, when another physical drive is added.
Under IBM i, no space is specifically allocated to libraries, files, file systems, or databases. ÂAdding a physical drive automatically extends any space available to everything on the server. ÂNo need to partition anything, no need to designate a logical drive, no need to allocate space to anything, no need to move anything, no need to change applications to reference a different "drive", for example.