• EMC? NAS Celerra 704G versus Windows Storage server

    Hi all, Can you compare a NAS EMC? Celerra NS704G against a Windows HP storage server DL585 from a performance point of view? They told me that the WSS server is more for departemental usage. Is this true? Thanks Hans

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  • mooving SUN NFS v3 to EMC Celera NFS v3

    We are actualy in a big migration project. and we want to migrate are multiple single file systems to a EMC Celera NAS. Are problèmes is that we use ACL on are SUN FS. and when we copy the file using Rsynck (i'm a SAN architect I don't know a clue of unix systems and command) with all th good...

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  • Disk array setup

    Do you use different disk array types in your data center, or do you tend to gravitate toward one setup? How have your disk arrays changed over time? What do you use?

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  • HBA not showing WWN

    A SearchStorage.com reader asks: WE have a data center server, 2003 servers and two HBAs in each node. Both the cards are Emulex Fibre Channel Cards. One card is already in working condition. We have recently added the second HBA card. The driver was updated, and I am able to detect two HBAs from...

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  • I don’t know which storage system to buy!

    I have a large budget, I need a storage system that stores videos that can be accessed online, I also need to store files (documents) which can be accessed via a mobile network. What do I buy?

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  • Network storage topology and Data Migration

    How does Network storage topology (NAS or SAN) affect Data Migration process?

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  • NAS gateways and antivirus support

    Would you request antivirus support on the Gateway or would you put an Antivirus Gateway between the NAS head and the LAN side?

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  • Is LX/LH fiber module a singlemode or multimode module?

    Is LX/LH fiber module a singlemode or multimode module?

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  • SAN and NAS

    Wat is difference between NAS and SAN, what are their applications

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  • Requirement of a shared disk for a failover clustering solution

    While it is a stated fact that for a failover clustering solution, the methodology works on the usage of quorum, shared storage (NAS, SAN etc), is there any possibility of not using a shared storage system and yet implement Failover Clustering? Are there any third-party solutions available on the...

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  • Redisgn Best Practices

    I work in a Novell/Netware environment and we are workin to outsource our GW and change it to Outlook. I feel like our network is just a bunch of piece thrown around to do jobs but they don't function as a cohesive unit. I'm working to find the best redesign ideally switching to Active Directory so...

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  • Trying to decide on a NAS system

    The following question was recently submitted via e-mail by a user: I'm trying to decide on the best midrange NAS system for my money, but I don't want performance to suffer either (naturally). What can you recommend? What have you used and liked? Thanks

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  • NetApp drive replacement warranty contract vs not

    So I have taken a job where the entire network is falling apart and I have a couple NetApp filers. The FAS 3020 is still under contract and working fine with 7.0.4. It uses Seagate ST3146807FC FC-AL 10.6k 146GB fibre disks. The F840 however has a couple broken disks that need to be replaced and is...

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  • Any common tool for measuring controller throughput?

    I was searching for a long time for a simple tool which can tell us the controller throughput of any SAN environment. Its necessary for every Storage engineer to have this utility to cross verify the subsystem we buy. Ofcourse the vendor will have the tool or LAB benchmark for the same. But those...

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  • Need new backup solution for 1TB of data

    We are looking for a new type of backup for our server. We currently are using a tape drive but the tapes are worn and do not meet our storage needs. We have received some quotes on different products and we aren't sure what is the best way to go. Right now our options are a NAS storage unit, a...

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  • NAS migration planning and backup options – whitepapers, books, advice!

    I'm looking for any info on NAS migration planning from a large Windows (2k3) file serving architecture (circa 300 servers and 80TB data) to a centralised NAS solution from either EMC or Netapps, though dont need product specific info. I'd really like to get my hands on a plan to show the tasks in...

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  • Trouble copying large files to NAS – very slow, and often fails

    Hi all, I'm not an IT expert sadly, but am nevertheless lumbered with trying to manage our small company's half a dozen PCs networked over wired and wireless LAN. A couple of weeks ago one of them (the newest one, less than two weeks out of warranty!) had a massive hard disk failure and all data...

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  • Looking for NAS solution

    I have a number of IDE drives (between 250GB - 500GB) that I have out grown over the years. I was curious whether anyone is aware of a NAS (100/GB Int) device or similar chasis / enclosure (USB/Firewire) that accepts IDE drives and is affordable? I would prefer to have all three connections. I need...

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  • How to backup all the shared folders from NAS storage to tape drive?

    I have one NAS storage in my LAN network. It is UNIX os & it is on the Workgroup not domain. I created for each employee his own folder on the storage to backup his critical files. I have more than 500 employees in my company. Currentlly, I bought one server (Windows 2003 ) with LTO4 tape drive. I...

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  • Is there a network storage system that can be connected to a non networked PC?

    I use a PC to control machinery at a factory. The PC is not on the network and that is how I want to keep it. I would like to be able to access the data that is saved and could easily change the application to save the data to a USB hard drive. Is there a network storage system (NAS NDAS) that can...

    SearchStorageATE215 pointsBadges:

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