• How does network traffic travel between VM’s on different blades in the same BladeCenter?

    we have several ibm bladecenters H with a few hundred hosts across the blades. i know that on stand alone servers, VMs on the same vswitch don't have to send network traffic out to a physical switch to pass data back and forth, it goes through the vswitch to the other VM, but how does data move...

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  • Loading Windows Server 2003 – Raid 5 (3 X 500Gb Drives)

    Please forgive my ignorance, I usually deal in code and applications, servers and loading OS's onto them is like talking Klingon to me right now, but I'm learning. I was stupid enough to buy a Dell PowerEdge 800 server with 3 x 500Gb disks already installed (and configured) as a RAID 5. I could...

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  • Result of improper shutdown?

    not shutting down computer properly, could it harm my computers hardware, installed software, or data on my computer?

    Annamg15 pointsBadges:
  • IT Automation

    How do you think is JMX and WMI is useful in IT Automation (RBA) ?

    Jkumbhani5 pointsBadges:
  • iNotes

    Can I get access to inotes from my macbook pro?

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  • HMC question

    I have a 9406-520 with v6.1.3 installed on the HMC. It has SF240_358 loaded as the activated level and installed level, but I can't seem to get it to become the accepted level. The accepted level still says SF240_219. When I IPL the iSeries, I get the Hypervisor changes not allowed message. Any...

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  • Manufacturing quality control application traffic – any Aegis users?

    Are there any Aegis users out there on ITKE? If so, how does the XLink server perform in your environment? What kind of network traffic do you see to/from a host running this application? I have an XLink system that has a consistent 50Mbps inflow of data from 2-3 AOI systems. Is this expected...

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  • Enterprise COBOL XML Attributes

    I am working on a COBOL XML Application where the XML message needs to have an attribute on the Group Level, with subordinate items generated as Child elements. According to the Enterprise COBOL manuals, it appears that I can choose EITHER format by specifing WITH ATTRIBUTES on the XML GENERATE...

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  • Quantifying work in Test Automation

    I would like to know whether there are any methods to quantify the work during the initial phases of Test Automation. During the inittial phases, a lot of effort goes into creation of the shared modules, deciding on the frame work and other things needed for running the test scripts. Projecting...

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  • Remove password

    I am starting to take up computer repair and hopefully I will get my A+ ceretification in this field. A friend is going to give me an old Dell computer of hers to work on and she told me that once I get it to remove the Jumper to delete her password. Is this information true or could you steer me...

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  • Checklist for managing risk of Data Center power shutdown

    We are planning to have a shutdown of power at data center to upgrade electrical power feeder. In doing so, we need to know the checklist to ensure risks associated during the initiative are minimized and controlled. We have hundreds of servers located at the data center that store appls and...

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  • Windows 2003 – computers at different locations with the same ip

    've been tasked designing a plan to allow users to use their credentials on the servers at our diaster recovery site. I'm a unix guy, and am swimming way past the ropes. Here is the situation: We have a datacenter for our production servers. It is a Windows 2003 level domain, with all Windows...

    Semikolin5 pointsBadges:
  • #com v’s Cisco

    Hi, I am in the process of scaling up a Datacenter to handle what over the next 3 to 5 years is expected to be a doubling of the current workload. I am pushing my current stackable switches to the limit at peak times and the performance impact is very visible even to end users. I am managing a...

    Bouncybrit10 pointsBadges:
  • Pros and cons – Ovation

    pros and cons, as well as the risk, for switching from Solaris-based Ovation to Windows-based Ovation system at this moment

    ITpro5 pointsBadges:
  • How do i have access fill in a field in the form in opening with data from the parent form

    My first question please feel free to point out to me if i need to do any of this differently I am looking to create a button that opens an existing form with a new record and inserts into a field in the new record data from the parent form. We have a system where information is distributed to our...

    Mandolorean5 pointsBadges:
  • Printing special characters

    I have to print some special characters in my report. I am copypasting those characters from pc. I can see them on the green screen(client access), but they are not getting printed. The special characters not getting printed are Ð,¤, ®, Õ, ¹,³, Þ, ¯, ¾ and ¸ . When spooled report file is...

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  • Which switch in my IP-based CCTV system project will combine camera controls?

    I need some help in selecting devices for an IP-based CCTV system project: We have 3 towers; each consists of 25 floors. A consultant planned to centralize the monitoring of 3 tower cameras in a security room on the ground floor. But before, the NVR was placed in each tower on the 5th floor. I...

    NetworkingATE1,545 pointsBadges:
  • error in connection between oracle8i&developer2000

    I'm installing Oracle8i on Windows 2000 professional on NTFS partition and on the same machine I'm installing Developer 2000 or form6 in a different partition. When I try to connect Developer to Oracle, I get the error "TNS could not resolve." Please provide a solution. Can I use Oracle8i...

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  • Trouble shooting of WAN/LAN circuits

    I am working on a WAN/LAN circuit that includes core router, core switch, distribution switches, VLAN and access switches and hosts. What are the steps or commands I have to use to shut down or unshut a port on the access switch after telneting and accessing the core router or switch?

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  • Who is responsible for the Firewall

    Our information Security department is different from the network group. Currently, we have Check Point firewalls running on Nokia boxes (IPSO image). The Network group handles the installation, upgrade, routing and IP address specification etc on the firewalls, while Information Security writes...

    Muneanya0 pointsBadges:

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