• How can I determine the storage type remotely using PowerShell?

    I need to collect the attached storage types for each server in our environment. We have several hundred servers (all on either Windows Server 2003 or 2008). Ideally, we're looking for a script that can be used if the attached storage is either SAN, SAN mirrored, NAS or Local but we can't find a...

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  • Anyone know of a RESTful API service for a SAN/NAS system?

    My partner and I are trying to build a RESTful API for my files on a cluster filesystem volume. We have 20 servers that share the same file systems so all we really need is RESTful API services which would allow us to stat(), read(), write(), listFolder(), delete(), setacl() etc. It has to support...

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  • Fibre Channel HBAs initiator or target mode for NetApp

    How can you tell if the fibre channel HBAs are in initiator or target mode in a NetApp SAN?

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  • Storage Protocol: What is the main difference between IFCP and FCIP?

    what is the main differance between IFCP and FCIP?

    Arunkumar sr5 pointsBadges:
  • Adding two addtional SAN switches to the Fabric

    I have an HP eva5000 SAN with 2 controllers and 2 x 16 ports brocade switches - I have purchased two additional 16 port brocade SAN switches - how do I go about adding them to the fabric? Core Edge design maybe?

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  • iSeries HBA Cards WWPN

    Can anybody help me to get WWPN of HBA cards installed on my system?

    qmaster1,675 pointsBadges:
  • SQL Server on SAN

    I a two server set up. Server one for my application and server two a SAN for my SQL Server.  Should I install the SQL server on the SAN?  I have read about 10 articles and some state to install the SQL Server on the app server while others say on the SAN and yet others say it really does not...

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  • How is NAS Gateway(file io) Implemented on existing San environment which is block io

    what happens to the Existing data in the SAN storage when we implement NAS Gateway. how the server would access the data through NAS gateway, if data is there before implementing NAS Gateway.This may be a silly question but i want to know.

    Shriharsh5 pointsBadges:
  • Scope between Solaris 10 & SAN?

    I planned to do Solaris certification but I'm confused now whether to study Solaris 0r SAN?

    Harinagu5 pointsBadges:
  • San Mount Volume Changed HELP!!!

    I run a system comprised of 36 IBM Blade servers, a Hitachi 64TB SAN, a Data Domain backup suite and connection devices. I run Windows 2003 R2 (32bit) and Red Hat 4 (64bit). I have just come across a problem in that all the windows blades in one (of three) chassis are displaying my drive E: (which...

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  • Free IT Book: Enterprise Web 2.0 Fundamentals

    For an introduction to next-generation web technologies, Enterprise Web 2.0 Fundamentals is a great place to start. Learn how to leverage cloud computing and user-generated content along with business and technical best practices. To win this, simply answer one of the questions listed below and...

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  • Date modified change when archiving

    What is the best way to avoid having the date modified stamp change on files and folders when archiving project data? My process is to copy entire project folders from a working storage location to an archive storage location. When the project is active, it resides on a SAN. When the project is...

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  • How to reduce or eliminate CHKDSK scan times on large SAN volumes?

    I'm currently evaluating upgrade options for our primary Windows server storage volumes. I am trying to build in a solution in the upgrade to the problem of the time it takes to run CHKDSK on large, busy volumes mounted on Windows. In the days when storage volumes were up to a few hundred MB of DAS...

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  • Setting up a SAN using HP storevirtual 4330 and VMware

    Hello, I would like to set up a SAN for my client using HP StoreVirtual and would like you help to better understand how to interconnect the whole configuration. I am proposing iSCSI SAN set up with redundancy. Regards, Kennedy

    kentoh5 pointsBadges:
  • SAN to SAN hardware level replicaiton to replicate MSSQL 2008 R2 databases

    If SAN to SAN hardware level replication solution is implemented, how can we utilize this solution to transfer MSSQL 2008 R2 databases' MDF and LDF files.

    MSSQLDBA5 pointsBadges:
  • Values of factors considered when isolating Storage Performance issues- Please guide

    Been working as SAN consultant, I am always curious to know the various parameters which a Sr. SAN Consultant/Oncall person study/review when there are any issues/alerts reported on SAN storage to them critical with less time. I am curious to take up the responsiblities from oncall perceptive and...

    StorageSAN5 pointsBadges:
  • HP EVA Continuous Access Replication

    I am trying to replicate from a HP EVA 6300 to a HP EVA 4400 SAN. Both SAN's are licensed with CA. I have a SAN switch fabric. Both SAN's can view the remote host and there is a usable path present on both. When I try to create a DR group I am getting the error "Storage system connection down". Is...

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  • Work flow between the linux server machine and SAN machine

    I m new to the SAN storage. I m unable to get the knowledge in the SAN regarding the luns and HBA cards. And also how to access the lun in the linux machine. Can anyone explain the work flow between the linux server machine and SAN machine.

    Praveen46420 pointsBadges:
  • Increasing Disk space for applications on a SAN

    During the process of inicialization of my SAN I choose a solution that allows me to have more performance, so I create a RAID10 volume that I attached to several LVMs. After some time, I verify that some applications needed more space but performance is not an objective. Knowing that I can't stop...

    Fegol5 pointsBadges:
  • Redundancy Misconfigured in iSeries-SAN

    Oops..new DASD from SAN was misconfigured and loosing redundancy... There are the New Multi Path connections to the SAN for one of the IsERIES server.. note that the Redundancy connections are using the Same BUS.  This unfortunately now gives us a single point of failure down to the Fiber channel...

    qmaster1,675 pointsBadges:

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