• Storing data in a XML data type

    After doing some searching on which Java data type I should use for currency / money, I decided on the int/long method (this will allow me to store the value of the currency in its lowest units). But my question is will this apply to storing the data in XML too? My first thought was no but I could...

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  • Should I use SQLite or Shared Preferences for data storage?

    For storage purposes, does anyone think there's more of an advantage using SQLite over Shared Preferences? My application data is currently small right now but it might rise quickly over the next few months. Is there any differences in speed between the two? In your honest opinion, which option...

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  • Which database storage device would you choose?

    Now this may seem like a general question but I'm trying to learn more about people's experiences with choosing where the disk drive (used by a database) should be stored. I've looked at: JBOD NAS DAS SAN In your opinion, which option would you choose? I'm leaning more towards DAS (it's a...

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  • Maximum storage capacity for a plist.

    One of my applications uses a plist for its data storage and I'm trying to figure out what the maximum storage capacity is for it in iOS. Would it be a couple hundred KB?

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  • Best job sites for data storage roles

    Can you advise the best job sites for data storage roles? Looking to recruit a Project Director.

    Laura59025 pointsBadges:
  • How do you calculate the total capacity of a disk?

    A 2-sided high-density disk contains 80 tracks and 18 sectors per trak with 512bytes per sector. How do you calculate the total capacity of the disk?

    SearchStorageATE215 pointsBadges:
  • Storing a file in a database versus the file system?

    Performance-wise is there a big difference between storing a file in a database (e.g., mssql) versus the system? It sees to me that outside of application portability I would want to store my files as varbinaries in SQL Server?

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  • Deleted and sent email storage

    How do I set up files for deleted and sent emails?

    eddieferen15 pointsBadges:
  • Data storage

    How is data stored and retrieved in cashless environment?

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  • Best way to store the data

    Hi friends, at my current work they need a solution to store really a huge amount of data. It could be more 8tb. Most importantly they are working with SAS and retrieving data is become really hard for them. I know servers and databases are a good solution but no budget for it. Could you please...

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  • Trying to find an adequate backup solution

    I manage a network for a small company, but we have very big storage requirements.  I have to backup a file server that requires 600+ gb of storage.  I have external drives for temporary storage, but to store it permanently I have been burning the backup to dvd's. Unfortunately it is now taking...

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  • Recover lost data from damaged USB Pen drive on SuSE or Red Hat Linux

    Can any one help me to recover my damaged data from USB Flash Drive ! I heard it is possible in Linux OS without using 3rd party software ! But How will it possible? Is there any command or shell script what is it ? Please provide me step by step guide.

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  • Digital Archive Reliability

    Will a typical digital archive keep data authentic and useable over 15 yrs or longer?

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  • Storage administrator pet peeves

    Hi,  I'm actually a video producer who is working on a video project regarding issues/pet peeves around media storage, cloud computing and getting technical support from companies who provide cloud computer storage. I'm new to this world and so am exploring the issues that Storage Administrators...

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  • ESXi Datastore to Guest Machine

    I have Installed ESXi on HP DL 380 G6 with total 6 HDD. I have created first 2HDD using Raid1 ( total size of 138GB) and the rest 4HDD using Raid5 ( total size 800GB). After finishing of ESXi Installation, I can see both storage under ESXi's datastore. My issue is how do I present the whole 800GB...

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  • Is there are way to shrink sybase database to reclaim physical space at OS?

    We have a database with 15GB freespace, we want to shirnk it and reduce device size so the physical space can be recliamed at the OS level also. Is it possible?

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  • Not compressed backup of databased with data compression enabled

    Hi All, currently recent databases version comprise features of data compression for storage optimization such as Oracle Advance Compression or DB2 Compression. My question is regarding backup of these databases with compression enabled when there's already a compression/deduplication hw product...

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  • what is the reason for Harddisk view look like folder view?

    what is the reason for Harddisk view look like folder view?

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  • When creating a web application in Sharepoint 2007, where is the data stored?

    hello guys :) when I create a web application on sharepoint 2007...where does t he data and documents that am uploading be saved?? in that path that I have set ?? or on SQL Server that I have installed on C: drive thank u in advance

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  • What are the benefits of an external san over internal storage?

    What are the benefits of an external san over internal storage? How could my organization use the external san to improve data storage?

    Karl Gechlik9,860 pointsBadges:

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