• How to configure Raid drive on windows 7 and it should be network

    Hi is anybody can help me or guide me through the steps for following request : I am trying to configure Raid drive and i need to put same drive on network - it is 1.5 TB* 5 = 7.5 Raid drive from sans digital, i have to put on my system window 7 or windows server 2003. [Br style="font-size:...

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  • Where can I find default RAID 5 configurations for Perc5/I (or similar) for reconstructing the RAID from disk images?

    The specific pieces of info I am looking for are default settings for: Disk Order Raid 5 Parity Distribution, Parity Length, Controller-reserved sector information (Reserved from Start sector), Not sure if it makes a difference but it was originally a 4 Disk raid 5, but later RAID was expanded with...

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  • RAID configuration on Windows 7

    how to config raid shared hard drive on win 7 , I am trying to configure Raid drive and i need to put on my system windows 7 or windows 2003 server. is there anybody who knows and wanna share his/her experienced and can guide through websites. thanks dheeraj

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  • Raid 5?HP ML 350 G6 Server, with 3 SCSI Drives 300 GB each(Hot Swappable),

    Well i am using HP ML 350 G6 Server, with 3 SCSI Drives 300 GB each(Hot Swappable), i configure Raid 5 on all drive and install win 2k 2008(64), also i installed SQL Server 2008,i want to know that is this a good configuration and in case of disk or controller failure how i will recover my data?or...

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  • HP DL165 SERVER RAID CONFIGURATION

    Hi All, How do I configure the Raid without the start smart CD. Thanks

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  • RAID level comparison: data protection vs. redundancy

    With respect to the tradeoff between redundancy vs. data protection, what recommendations can you make on RAID levels? Is it completely dependent on the environment, or are there clear advantages to using a RAID 5 over RAID 3, etc.?

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  • Disk Mangement in Window 2003 Server ?

    Hello someone!!! I have an HP Proliant DL380 G6 Special Server, I configure Array A. and B. On Array A, I have RAID 1 Configure with 2 146 HDD and on Array B. configure raid 5 with 3 146 HDD SAS. RAID went well but RAID give me an Information and error code of 786 which i did not mind and went...

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  • Dell Poweredge T100 RAID 1 setup

    I have a new Poweredge T100  It is running SBS 2003 R2. It is supposed to be set up for RAID 1. In MyComputer, I can only see the OS Dive (C:) and DATAPART (D:). I see no indication of RAID or mirrored drives. How can I tell if the RAID 1 is set up correctly. At this point I see no indication of...

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  • HOW TO CONFIGURE RAID.

    Dear all I just bought a New HP DL380 G6 Series Server. I try to Configure RAID array using the RAID 0+1 Concept with use of a 5 147 SAS HDD. I was successful in the Array 0 or A configuration. But i couldn't get the Array 1 or B to be set up as RAID 1. Can some one help me in this process?

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  • HP ML110 G5 server Raid error

    I use a HP ML110 G5 Server with RAID1. When the Raid was broken and i rebuilt it under Windows 2003 Server with the Array Configuration Tool it worked. When the rebuild is finished, some data on the drives are destroyed and the system is unable to reboot. Any suggestions? user submitted

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  • RAID configuration

    I am setting up an additional server as my application server. I have five SCSI hard disks, 1 GB each. The database is projected to grow to nearly 3 GB. How can i configure the system to help proper startup, provide sufficient storage capacity, and protect the database from data loss? Can anybody...

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  • Server OS failure need to configure 2nd disk RAID 1

    the server had an os fauilure and i would like to build it on the first disk and add the second disk later but configure them both to be Raid 1. Is that possible

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  • Logical Partition Windows Server 2003

    Hi I am using windows server 2003 standard edition,with three RAID DISKS and I created RAID 0,with capacity totalling to 408 GB,now I want to create a partition.I can't get it right, need help

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  • RAID stripe and cluster size configuration

    Does anyone know some way of testing/ tuning the best performance out of a DAS RAID. ie. Different Stripes and formatted clusters for the different types of raid.

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  • Raid 5 performance

    We're going to re-do the disk configuration on a server due to need for more disk space. It's currently mirrored, raid 1, with 2 10,000rpm drives. We are planning to switch to raid 5 with 4 15,000 drives. Would this be bad for performance?

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  • RAID 5 configuration on Dell PowerEdge 2800 hard disk failure

    Using DELL Poweredge 2800 with a Raid 5 configuration of 2 hard drives capacity 85GB Ultra 320 SCSI. Hard disks have been showing failure. I tried to bring the hard drives ONLINE by FORCE option provided in the utility manager to configure RAID and got the hard drives up but couldn't login to...

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  • RAID management with IBM System x3400

    hi iam new here and i have some questions to all of you who is working on RAID. 1. i have x3400 IBM SERVER and it has 2 disk with 74 GB each while installing with server cd the only availabel option raid 1 i selected that and after that i install w2k3 server standard editions now i want to make it...

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  • Loading Windows Server 2003 – Raid 5 (3 X 500Gb Drives)

    Please forgive my ignorance, I usually deal in code and applications, servers and loading OS's onto them is like talking Klingon to me right now, but I'm learning. I was stupid enough to buy a Dell PowerEdge 800 server with 3 x 500Gb disks already installed (and configured) as a RAID 5. I could...

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  • Raid 0 Migrating – RAID mode in BIOS causes BSOD

    I have a Dell xps 420 that came with Vista 32 bit. I have switched over to Vista 64 bit (and as far as I can tell updated all my drivers). I want to run raid 0. I would like to use the Migrating feture and avoid having to do a fresh re-install. The issue I am having is every time I enable raid mode...

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  • Can RAID 0 volume be deleted and re-added with no data loss?

    I have a Dell Precision 690 Workstation with an LSI Integrated RAID controller. I have a 2-disk RAID 0 (what LSI refers to as an IS or Integrated Striping) volume. Recently the motherboard was replaced (and the RAID controller is integrated onto the motherboard). Ever since the motherboard...

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