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  • Scope between Solaris 10 & SAN?

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  • Recovering a deleted database in SQL Server 2005

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  • Data Center Automation Blueprint

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  • Setting up database mirroring for disaster recovery in SQL Server

    I am a SQL Server DBA and in the process of upgrading our SQL Server 2000 to SQL Server 2005. I’ll be using database mirroring for the disaster recovery in SQL Server. One question I have is once I failover to the mirror server and use it as a principal for a couple of days, how do I make sure...

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  • SQL Server restore job fails

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  • Front-End Reporting Tools for Secure Web Service Application with MS-SQL server-2

    Hi... We are a Cdn Govt agency involved in Satellite Operations with a commercial partner based across the country. We will need to build/buy a small secure web service application for reporting purposes that will require minimal IT expertise to build or maintain, and will deliver maximum...

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  • SQL Server 2000/2005 – Creating Unique Constraints allowing multiple NULLs

    Hi there! I'm having a problem maintaining data integrity on a database table in MS SQL-Server 2000. To ensure maintaining the integrity I need to implement a Unique Constraint on one of my coloumns. The problem however is, that this coloumn also has to allow multiple NULL-values - but for every...

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  • To wait or not to wait for Kaveri

    Hello everyone. I'm currently on the process of building a new pc, and I have most of the components decided, but the processor, and obviously, the motherboard. As you all must know by now, AMD will be "soon" releasing their new processors and it is being said that the new technology that was built...

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  • DB2 HADR configuration

    Hi, wanted to check if anyone of you have experience in DB2 HADR configuration with 'reads on standby' enabled. We are looking for auto fail over between the nodes and balance the reads between the nodes. Does anyone has any prior experience with this configuration on the AIX environment? Thanks.

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  • Dell Optiplex 745 Orange Light

    Hi, I have a Dell Optiplex 745. Last night my PC shutdown itself. When I press the power button, there is solid orange light on it, and the PC cannot start. Can anybody help me on this please?

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  • Should I use SQL Server 2008 R2 or Postgre 9?

    I'm rewriting an application for my company which requires a database. I will be updating the database using SQL Server 2008 R2. Now, here's my big question: Should I use PostgreSQL 9?Note: I won't be doing any conversions so that's not a problem.

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  • Controlling VPN access

    Here's my scenario. I fall under guidelines of HIPAA. I have mobile users using laptops and tablets loaded with Cisco VPN CLient connecting to my Cisco 2811 ISR which functions as my router/firewall/VPN. I am using Micorosoft AD in my domain. To authenticate users to the domain. Is there an easy...

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  • San Mount Volume Changed HELP!!!

    I run a system comprised of 36 IBM Blade servers, a Hitachi 64TB SAN, a Data Domain backup suite and connection devices. I run Windows 2003 R2 (32bit) and Red Hat 4 (64bit). I have just come across a problem in that all the windows blades in one (of three) chassis are displaying my drive E: (which...

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  • Oracle 9i Migration from Solaris to AIX

    Hi, We have to migrate the Oracle 9i Database from Solaris 2.8 to AIX 6.1. There are two databases of 500 GB and 1.5 TB respectively to be migrated. I did go through an article from Maria Anderson (Production DBA, Autodesk at...

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  • Network Security Auditing tools

    Hi all - I'm hoping somebody out there might have a suggestion for me. My company unfortunately falls under Sarbanes Oxley and we need to audit all of the network directory security. The down side of this (ok well it's all down) is that we are a small company, no money to spend on getting the...

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  • Windows 2003 Server configuration

    I have been asked to configure a new server for a small Health care clinic. Previously they were using a Dell Dimension as a file server with open shares throughout the network and all users logging in as administrators. Considering the risks involved with HIPAA (Health Insurance Portability and...

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  • Install iSeries on none IBM server

    Can we install iSeries or create iSeries partition on none IBM server?

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