• RAID 10 (RAID 1+0) question

    -I am performing an Analysis for server upgrades and at a high level am presenting an explanation of RAID 10 -I am new to RAID and understand some technical aspects and design features -I want to speak to a disaster recovery scenario but do not understand the benefits or more than the 4 drive...

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  • Mainframe jobs?

    Hi iam a software engineer working currently in INDIA.my experience is from 1-2 yrs.I have sponsor in UK .pls can any one tell what are the possibilities of getting job in mainframes field of IT industry.

    Shaikim10 pointsBadges:
  • New Power supply

    I just purchased a new power supply for an XP system and am 100% sure I hooked everything back up the way it was. The computer now turns on but nothing is being displayed on the monitor. There is nothing wrong with the monitor as I have connected it to several other computers. Any Ideas to what the...

    Cessna38475 pointsBadges:
  • IPL

    May I know it is a good idea to IPL the AS/400 system weekly?

    Ytlow30 pointsBadges:
  • Client receiving multiple printout from SAP

    How can this be stopped?

    Vikeshj10 pointsBadges:
  • Too many XP profiles

    We have over 100 XP local profiles on our library machines. The users use thier own respective usernames to log onto our domain. We dontnor plan on using roaming profiles. Is there a way to delete the local profiles quickly without doing them one at at time? Is there a way to limit the number of...

    Kellarm0 pointsBadges:
  • COMMITs with XPEDITER

    How to avoid COMMITs to DB while running COBOL program under XPEDITER?

    Capolan5 pointsBadges:
  • FTP SUNIQUE Default File Names?

    I am using the SUNIQUE option of FTP to move files from z/OS to our network. Everything looks great, except the z/OS generated filenames for output are showing up as FTP2.tmp, FTPA.tmp,etc. Does anyone know if the default naming scheme in TCP can be modifed to allow the SUNIQUE option to output...

    MMAYS15 pointsBadges:
  • I want to know about MIMIX on iSeries Server.

    Can i got the (basic) notes on MIMIX.

    Harish.kuolkhere190 pointsBadges:
  • What are the certifications for Linux, Unix and Cisco for a Fresher in a IT field?

    Should I start with Linux administration or Networking and security the same with Solaris. What is the starting point for a fresher and what are the certifications codes offered by different Associations. Appreciate your reply at the earliest.

    Srivis50 pointsBadges:
  • Blade servers Do Sun and Fujitsu provide more than 2 disks in one blade?

    Do Sun and Fujitsu provide more than 2 disks in one blade?

    Ardra9015 pointsBadges:
  • Redundant data centers with multi-service ISP/ASP

    Hi, we're working on 2 new datacenters to provide datavault/DR services to clients in three service tiers: cold, worm and hot. This will also be a traditional service provider DC with internet and hosting services. DC1 will be 2-3K Sqm. DC2 will be very small running as backup. there is a plan for...

    Kellyb0 pointsBadges:
  • Redundant data centers with multi-service ISP/ASP-2

    Hi, we're working on 2 new datacenters to provide datavault/DR services to clients in three service tiers: cold, worm and hot. This will also be a traditional service provider DC with internet and hosting services. DC1 will be 2-3K Sqm. DC2 will be very small running as backup. there is a plan for...

    Kellyb0 pointsBadges:
  • Moving from single server to multiple servers

    Hi all, We have a Single Windows 2000 server (Back office edition, configured as a Primary domain controller). It has SQL server 2000 running, which serves a bespoke database application. The server is also used as a simple fileserver for documents, etc... We do not use Exchange Server. I need to...

    Michaeltwozero0 pointsBadges:
  • Which of the following can a user reasonably do for himself

    There are clearly maintenance functions that require the skill of a vendor maintenance engineer to perform on servers but are the following within a users capability to carry out? Replacing a failed disk drive? Replacing the power supply? Replacing the Fan? Replacing Memory Dimm? Replace CPU?...

    Jim4522820 pointsBadges:
  • cost per hosted server

    What is the typical market cost for a hosted server of medium capacity?

    Larrydz5 pointsBadges:
  • Have you ever had a Smoke or Fire Incident at your Facility?

    Have you ever had a Smoke or Fire Incident at your Facility and How do you handle Smoke Evacuation?

    FacilityGuru95 pointsBadges:
  • NDM and SPACE

    We are NDM'ing a file and running out of space. Is there a way to add a SPACE parameter to the control cards?

    LorraineMorrison35 pointsBadges:
  • Two approaches to maintenancing servers

    When a server suffers a hardware failure there are two ways to respond. The traditional way is to have onsite maintenance which can be very expensive the other is to replace the failing server with a backup device. In a large server site backup seems the more economical approach but is often...

    Jim4522820 pointsBadges:
  • Periodically rebooting servers

    Should servers periodically be powered off and then be rebooted independent of any symptom of a problem? Jim4522

    Jim4522820 pointsBadges:

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