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I just inherited a SQL SERVER 2005 32-bit attached to a SAN Server. I want to use SQLIO for performance testing and stress testing. The database is in production. Would it be a good idea to run SQLIO on a production sql server during non-work hours?
We are planning to implement an iSCSI SAN. There are 4 controllers, each with 2 iSCSI ports. How many IP addresses are needed for the ISCSI SAN
We are in the process of purchasing a new SAN server. I was curious if anyone has any good or bad experience with HP, Netapp, Dell, Fujitsu or others. We will be using Exchange 2007 mostly in the environment and need something that is very expandable. Thanks