• 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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  • How do I make this AXUS DAS work as NAS?

    I have a DAS from AXUS company which could be attached to any PC using FC channel 4GB/s. Is there any way to make this DAS work as NAS? What should I do to be able to have NAS instead of DAS?

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  • Windows Storage 2003 Server

    Good morning All, I need help, I am considering about getting a Dell NAS appliance running Windows Storage 2003 Server. I am wondering if anyone can tell me or point me, where I can find info about this like admin, printer sharing, etc. The Windows Storage site is not much help. Also, if someone...

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  • SID showing after restore

    i want backup files From NAS (W2k3 Storage Server) and restore to w2k3 Server (enterprise) . Backup Runs well and when i have resttored the files on the Target Server (w2k3 Server Enterprise )i get a access denied.Looking at the security tab , ACLS shown correctly for all groups (including domain...

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  • Open File Backups

    Can anyone recommend an open file backup program (other than St. Bernard Open File Manager) that will work with IBM Tivoli Storage Manager? The environment is Windows 2000/2003 clusters using SAN, NAS, DAS with basic/dynamic disks and simple and spanned volumes. Any input will be greatly...

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  • Why are users losing connection to NAS with event ID 1030 and 1058?

    Recently I deployed a new NAS with Dell PowerEdge 2950. My NAS is running Windows Storage Server R2 and my AD server is still running Windows 2000. My problem is users are suddenly losing connection and are unable to access the NAS. The event viewer shows event ID 1030 and 1058. The only solution...

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  • Mac, Linux, Windows, Storage

    What or how is the best way to present a single pool of storage to Mac clients using AFP, Windows using SMB/CIFS, and Linux/Unix using NFS? The ideal solution would be users to access all of their data whether they bounced from a Mac to a Linux workstation and then to a Windows system. Basically a...

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  • Configuring local stroage network

    on my XP machine, I have 2 NICs (one connected to a GB network and on only to a switch connected to only 2 networked disks [Ximeta Netdisks]). On the GB connection (my local area connection) I am running all the standard protocols and on the other NIC (my local storage network) I am running...

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  • Moving from single server to multiple servers

    Hi all, We have a Single Windows 2000 server (Back office edition, configured as a Primary domain controller). It has SQL server 2000 running, which serves a bespoke database application. The server is also used as a simple fileserver for documents, etc... We do not use Exchange Server. I need to...

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  • what is the best STORAGE solution for ORACLE db – SAN or NAS ?

    one of my project is very critical for the client . the application will run in 10 different sites . the infrastructure of each site will be : 4 linux servers (2 for ORACLE DB , 2 for websphere) + 1 linux/win server for backup software + DB oracle (~100GB) + storage. i have a very good experience...

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  • i am trying to backup of a 80GB database on a network (SAN via NAS) and its taking 10 HRS

    i am trying to backup of a 80GB database on a network (SAN via NAS)and its taking 10 HRS but when i backup up the same database on a local drive it only takes 40 minutes. can anyone help me troubleshoot what the possible issue could be? Thanks

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  • Data from UNIX Server to Windows NAS

    Being less familiar with UNIX/NFS, what would be the best method/protocol/command to move a large amount of user data from a UNIX Server to a Windows 2003 based NAS. Is there anything I should lookout for? Thank you

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  • veritas backup across domain to NAS

    I am trying to back up a couple servers to my NAS. Nas and a few servers reside on domain A and a few servers reside on domain B. I am running into trouble in BackupExec on domain B when trying to add the NAS as a device. Both domains are running srvr 2k3 and the NAS is a procom netforce 800 (unix...

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  • DNS on a NAS

    Does Anyone know if you could configure a NAS to be able to have a stand alone DNS server?

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  • NAS V’s Clusters

    What if any are the benifits of a Clustered software solution such as Polyserve over traditional NAS?

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  • NAS General questions

    I have several questions regarding NAS. First is what type of OS is the more reliable on a NAS? what is a NAS Filer? How are group permissions and permissions in general handled?

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