• Power Signaling

    I have a single rack with 2 i5's, each of which has dual power supplies. I also have 2 Powerware UPS's in this rack. Each UPS is on a dedicated circuit. The i5 power supplies are split between the UPS's. The issue is that there is only 1 signal cable per UPS, so if there is a power issue on only 1...

    wpoulin2,480 pointsBadges:
  • Virtualization security concerns in the data center

    What are the key security implications of moving to virtualization in the data center?

  • How to replace edited dataset in QMF through jcl( i.e Batch)

    I have exported one dataset 'IN105.Nord1'through QMF , then I have edited it and now I want to import it in QMF by same name( i.e IN105.Nord1') which I can do it through QMF . But now I would like to achieve same thing by running QMF through jcls( i.e through batch).Can I replace edited dataset...

    Panky5 pointsBadges:
  • Comparing VM performance to physical servers

    How much performance loss is attributed to virtual machines (VMs) compared to stand alone servers? A VM server cannot be lossless because the VM software itself should consume some hardware resources.

  • Data Center Noise Levels

    Has anyone taken the time to check the dB level of their data center or server room ? I am wondering if there is a cheap/easy way to determine if the dB level is high enough to worry about ear protection.

    Dedward5 pointsBadges:
  • SMP/E messup

    SMP/E. I had a ptf go PE'd after I install in production. It was causing errors, and I needed to back off. In a rush, I accidently ran a reject on two ptfs prior to running a restore. Now I have two ptfs applied but not received. A restore check shows I would need to accept many, many ptfs. Also,...

    Mvssyprog5 pointsBadges:
  • UNIX Process CPU time

    hello - How can I report "current" CPU utilization for a given process on UNIX (AIX)? using ps -ef and grepping the process name and awking the C column (CPU Time) reports CPU util since boot - not current. Thanks!

    Ntg20005 pointsBadges:
  • Calling QMF interactive from COBOL programs in CICS regions

    We have a call to QMF from all the screen in the application. We also has QMF report generation from onlines where users enter the details in onlines which is passed to QMF proc and report is shown to them on QMF screen. Once user is done with QMF queries/reports and presses PF3 he/she returns back...

    Nishantrk5 pointsBadges:
  • Snort Log Retention

    Is there any reason I should keep year-old snort log files? Only techs access the system and I need the space.

    Chunter110 pointsBadges:
  • Scale link

    Good morning, I intend to install a Server Domino 6.5 in the Datacenter and another in the Site Backup (another place) and use cluster service to replicate the datas. I have a link of 2 Mbps to do the replicas. Someone know a tool to scale the use of the link?

    Le15 pointsBadges:
  • Need help designing a network for videoconferencing for a campus?

    What type of severs, routers, bridges, switches and cables are suitable for videoconferencing? Also, how do you design a network for videoconferencing for a campus? Please help me. Thank you.

    Networking Channel ATE30 pointsBadges:
  • Whole IT revamp

    My company is planning to revamp whole IT structure. I request your advice and suggestions on how to go about it. First let me describe the present IT structure: country A Forest Server with Exchange Server 2003 and services on separate servers; domain name compnay.com There are number of sites in...

    Mohammed Anwar120 pointsBadges:
  • What formula do I use to calculate file transfers across a T1?

    I have a site that is 70ms away. What formula do I use to calculate throughput for different file sizes? Thanks

    Rvp5 pointsBadges:
  • Is there a way to execute a REXX utility when a user logs off the mainframe session

    I am planning to write a utility which would cancel all the active jobs by a user when he logs off from mainframe. Like logon script is there a logoff scripts that executes when the user logs-off?

    Naruka5 pointsBadges:
  • Moving oracle database

    HI, We have planned to move our oracle 10g production database from Solaris to Aix bix. So experts, please suggest any best practices that you follow or any scripts that should be run before moving it or any documentation or case study that will help us to do the work more efficiently. Thanks a lot.

    8320 pointsBadges:
  • Groupwise 7 deleting sent items

    Hi all, I've got an issue with a users pc, we use groupwise 7 as the mail client and when you delete something from the sent items (which I know is just a search folder), it "moves" it to the delete items folder but the reference is still also in the sent items folder. So it looks like deleted...

    Dales710 pointsBadges:
  • collecting user reports

    I want to collect CPU usage reports on daily basis to be emailed. Also, I want the reports to be generated for the IDs that were logged in previous day, which has to be emailed. i.e, the reports of CPU utilization and user logon reports for the previous day to be emailed/FTPed. How can I acheive...

    Srinivas naikk115 pointsBadges:
  • Windows 2003/ Exchange 2000 Mangled attributes

    I have a windows 2000 Domain controller. it is the only server on our network, and is about to be replaced with a windows 2003 server. i have read several places that before i run adprep/ forestprep i need to run an inetorgpersonfix for exchange 2000 (what we currently use). but do i only need to...

    Jlcelestine35 pointsBadges:
  • Safety of non mattalic opital fiber cable?

    How one can best protect non-metallic optical fiber cable from rodents (RATS) attack?

    Sac00815 pointsBadges:
  • ndm and wildcards

    Do you know if you can employ wildcards in ndm file transfers?

    boottspur5 pointsBadges:

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