• How do I duplicate or clone a dying SATA drive?

    If a sata drive is dying what is the best method to duplicate or clone it without risking the data? Is this the same for ide or scsi drives? If not please list the best methods for these as well across any platform.

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  • How to install Windows Server 2003 in SCSI HDD with RAID 5 setup mode

    I have a Windows Server 2000 installed with SCSI HDD with RAID 5 setup. Now, I want to install Windows Server 2003, but when I try to install with floppy without reconfigure ride setup, the HDD isn't detected. Please, can you help me?

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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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  • Windows server 2003 installation problem

    I have to install Windows 2003 in a server machine. It contains SCSI hard disks and the Hard Disk is connected to the motherboard with RAID controller Card. When I try to install windows 2003, the OS is not recognize the Hard Disks. So I can't install the Operating System to the server machine.

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  • Poweredge 2800 SCSI hardrive upgrade process

    Hi, I have a PE2800 server running Win Server 2003 with two SCSI Seagate 73GB HardDrive as RAID. They are working fine but running out of space on the 73 GB volume and want to upgrade with two Toshiba SCSI Drives 147 MBA Series. Is there a procedure to migrate without install all from scratch?

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  • Installing Windows 2008 on Dell PowerEdge 2950

    When I try to install Windows 2008 on my Dell Power Edge 2950 server it can not find any hard drives. I have a perc 6/i controller and 7 scsi drives. Help!

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  • storage

    Hi , I am mahesh.j a fresher , i would like build my carrier on storage .where i am familer to storage hardware now i would like expertise on it.My question is that how to be expertise on it, so i would request u all help me on it by ur guidlines. what are platform of operating system,application...

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  • Setting up drive configuration for virtual Windows Server 2003

    What is the best way to set up my drive configuration for five virtual windows server 2003 on a system with five 750gb drives on a SCSI controller?

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  • Failover clustering in windows 2003 environment.

    A SearchStorage.com reader recently asked: I want to test a failover clustering in windows 2003 environment. As am doing this at home, I don't have a SAN or Shared SCSI with me. Am struck at Shared Quorum. If am using Majority Node Cluster, is it possible to test with the IDE hard disks of these...

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  • SCSI drives suitable for setting up an array

    What speed SCSI drives are suitable for CAD designers working off the server? How would you set them up in an array? We need 10 TB capacity.

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  • Oracle 10g database issue

    how to increase the space of mount point dev/sdc1 scsi

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  • VMware v4, failure, ESX hosts disconnecting from vCenter and EMC SAN, SCSI Reservation issues also, October 2010

    We have a multi cluster VMware environment consisting of HP BL680’s, DL580’s and DL585’s that has been very stable for over a year and we have made no recent changes to storage, switches, hosts or HBAs. Recently we experienced two incidents where ESX hosts on different clusters have...

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  • LTO-1 to LTO-4 Migration

    We are an audio post production facility in the LA area. Currently we archive our finished work to LTO-4 using a tape library (Dell TL-4000) and Retrospect. We also have a Fibre LTO-4 drive and a SCSI LTO-3 drive. One of our clients has +/- 1,000 LTO-1 tapes with audio data as well as other data...

    KenHansen15 pointsBadges:
  • Migrating BrightStore to a virtual machine

    We are running BrightStore for backup purposes and currently it is hosted on its own server. What is necessary to migrate it to a VM? The VM will need to have access to the SCSI controller card for it needs to access the LTO3 tape drive that is connected to it.

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  • What are the benefits of an external san over internal storage?

    What are the benefits of an external san over internal storage? How could my organization use the external san to improve data storage?

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  • The basics of SCSI commands for storage testing

    I am looking for SCSI commands, beginners guide/reference which will help me to test the scsi commands in a DAS environment. For e.g. a command to inquire SCSI devices.

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  • Are IBM SCSI drives custom?

    I have a 170 with 4 and 8GB drives and want to change to 17 GB or 36 GB drives. Is it true that the IBM drives have IBM's os/400 micro code and I can only use their drives? I know that the 36GB are working because they are being sold that way (but no larger than that). Thanks

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  • unable to detect HDD with SCSI RAID 0

    hi, i have win2k installed on server which gives BOD now, i want to reinstall the server but when i try to boot using windows 2k server bootable CD it gives error as HDD not detected, can anyone pls advise process to install OS on server which has RAID 0 inplace

    Krupesh5 pointsBadges:
  • ultra320 SCSi to SAS 5/e adaptor cable?

    is there an adapter cable that will connect from a ultra320 SCSi to a SAS 5/e? I have been researching and all i can find is the controllers that you insert. I was wondering if anyone had a really good website? or maybe a suggestion? thank you so much!

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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...

    Jessie12320 pointsBadges:

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