• 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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  • 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 drives

    how do you install a raid array

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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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  • Windows XP Raid driver 0 install

    Is it possible to install the raid driver after you have installed windows xp. I know it says you are suppose to install before loading the OS.

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  • How to break the raid of PROLIANT DL360 G3

    I want to have two seperate HD instead of raid. Pls. let me know procedure How to break the raid of PROLIANT DL360 G3

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  • Expand raid5 array – IBM X364 class server EXP400 isk chasis

    I need to expand a 820gb raid5 array on my IBM X346 server. I have available slots in my EXP400.  What's procedure on how to do this task. Want to add (if I can find new available SCSI drive) U320-3  146.8g  15k  to the other 8 in the box (1 is hot spare) 

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  • RAID

    How do I see the data on the drives after inserting additional drives in an existing 2850 dell server?

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  • Backup of large amount of data

    I need some suggestions on a backup procedure. Here's what I am backing up to a 3.5 TB fileserver (RAID 5). 200 GB of application and document files from an application server. About 200 GB each on four medical imaging workstations. 100 GB of SQL database files from a SQL Server 100 GB of backed up...

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  • Deleting Files on the Backup Drive

    In RAID 1 mirroring, are files on the backup drive deleted when the original files on the source drive are deleted?  Very basic question!

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  • New HDD install on RAID 1

    What will happen if one of my raid 1 hdd spoilt ? Can i just simply install a new hdd in either slot & it will auto copy the files to my new hdd ?

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  • What is the difference between RAID 1 and RAID 10?

    What are the differences/similarities between RAID 1 and RAID 10?

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  • Troubleshooting a system with RAID 5 and 500GB drives

    I have a system with RAID 5 built into the motherboard with three 500GB drives and I am not sure how to go about troubleshooting the system. It has failed and I cannot get into the system. Can't even reload OS as it won't recognize the disk either. What to do at this point? The Board is an ASUS,...

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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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  • 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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  • Intel Matrix Storage Manager

    Will I loose data if I go to mirrored/RAID drives? I bought a HP e9180f with Vista 64 pre-installed on a 1T drive. I have another 1T drive from my old machine. They play nice together (no hardware/software issues) and I would like to mirror them. But the Intel tool is inconsistent about telling me...

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  • How to rebuild RAID without obstructing data migration?

    I see why RAID rebuilds obstruct data migration. A RAID rebuild is NOT like backup and restore. The rebuild consumes resources, e.g. CPU etc. So if we have the RAID on a separate system (managed by its own CPU) then: Surely this allows a RAID rebuild without obstructing data migration? Do you...

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  • Half duplex vs full duplex

    Recently the application running on one of our clusters had problems when some of the servers had problems accessing the NFS storage. The analysis showed there to be a mismatch between the QFE interfaces and the network protocol. The QFEs were operating at half duplex while the network was...

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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 5 and three-way mirroring

    Our Spac solaris 10 box has only three disks (budge limitation), and they were configured with hardware RAID 1 (3-way). Obviously, the disk performance is going to suffer since both OS and DATA will live on the same mirrored disks, however, this part of disk configuration puzzles me even more: a...

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