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    How can I retrieve system CPU, Memory, disk usage on AS/400 into a file?

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  • What’s the best way for on-disk database storage?

    I've been a software developer for the past several years (four to be exact) so I should be able to answer this question but I can't. My latest project involves having data only stored only a set of disks. The actual data is light-weight and the in-code with be in a class that only has a few...

    ITKE352,420 pointsBadges:
  • Restoring a SQL Server 2005 database from a public share backup

    Is it true that even in SQL Server 2005 you cannot restore a database from a backup on a public share, but ONLY from a local storage (DASD)drive?

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  • IPL (boot) from SAN

    I have 2 System i 570 connected to 2 x DS8100 in 2 different locations and replicating with PPRC. No internal disks, IPL from SAN. We will run a switch test : stop production server, end PPRC and start backup server on the "PPRC copy" (more steps indeed). Does anyone has information about the...

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  • RAID 10, 1/0 or 1+0: do you use this disk technology in your SAP productions?

    RAID 10 (aka: raid 1/0, raid 1+0) disk technology: and would like to know if anybody use it in production machines (in case: which advantages with respect to RAID5?). We know and already have RAID on (not only) production systems but so far only RAID1 and RAID5 were advised by our consultants:...

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  • Looking to resolve SQL Server performance problems caused by using many temporary tables

    I need your advice on the SQL Server performance tuning. The Problem: We use a lot of temporary tables in our application, which is causing a lot of SQL Server performance problems. I read about the following solution on some site. "RamDisk presents a powerful solution to this problem by providing...

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  • How can I select a disk using it’s LUN?

    If I present 4 external disks, how can I select a disk using it's LUN? How can i format that disk using Diskpart utility?

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