• 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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  • 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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  • AS/400 Hard Drive Copying

    To anyone's knowledge, can an AS/400 68-pin SCSI 1GB hard drive be copied or "cloned" such that the new drive will boot up exactly the way the original did (i.e., like "Ghosting" a PC drive)? Is there any other way to deal with a drive that is experiencing random seek errors that prevent an AS/400...

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  • scsi

    What scsi interfaces allow up to 16 devices, including the adapter, to be connected on a single shared cable?

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  • Is SATA II disks adequate for running VMs

    I built a Hyper-V server, which has a 6 channel SATA II controller. I will use one disk to run he host OS (Windows 2008 Server Enterprise - Core) and will use the remaining 5 SATA II disks to run VMs on. In addition the system has the capacity to hold 32GB RAM, and has 2 Quad CPU sockets. My...

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  • indexes status error Chkdsk won’t run on (SCSI) Disk 0 with FAT and NTFS Need advice.

    System indicates indexes status error: "index entry bac3pm.ini in index $130 of file 50" and "index error bac3pm.tmp in index $130 of file 50" and system running very slowly. Attempts to repair problem are prevented, I believe, because (SCSI disk 0) C: drive was set up with a small 39MB EISA...

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  • SCSI Boot with IDE, old CMOS

    Compaq Deskpro EN 733/512 with Windows 2000 Server booting on 9GB SCSI drive, Adaptec controller. Active Directory, Domain Controller, WINS, file/database server. Drive getting full, Non-Profit on the Cheap, picked up a large IDE drive hoping to simply add it. Life is for learning, now I understand...

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  • hp scsi hot pluggable drive

    I had to replace a bad scsi drive. I pulled out the wrong drive. Turns out the drive I pulled out was the drive that all our data was being written to. At any rate, upon finding that out, I put the drive back in. There is no light on the drive. I know the drive is connected because when I go to the...

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  • Sun Multipack 711 SCSI Hard Disk Array

    Can the Sun Multipack 711 SCSI Hard Disk Array be used with PCs having SCSI 1 or SCSI 2 cards, or with PowerMac with external SCSI 2 port? thank you for your attention. malcolm

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  • Fibre Channel Card Drivers to access SCSI layer

    Are there comercially available Fibre Channel Cards with drivers that allow direct access to the low level SCSI commands on a disk?

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  • Dual Channel U320 SCSI

    I have an Intel Server Board with an onboard LSI Dual Channel Ultra 320 SCSI. Can I run one channel to a bunch of Ultra 160 LVD 68 pin HDD's and the other channel to some 80 pin U320 SCA Drives without adversely affecting performance of the U320 Bus and or drives?

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  • SCSI RAID arrangement

    What?s the fastest & most secure SCSI RAID arrangement (cost is not an issue). What makes it fast and what makes it secure?

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  • RAID 1 – How to upgrade disks

    Hi there, I'm currently running a Windows Server 2003 (web edition) box which runs 2 8GB U320 SCSI disks, which make up a RAID 1 array. On this array, is a C: and D: logical drive, C being my OS and applications, D being my data. I've just purchased 2 148GB drives, which I now want to swap in to...

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  • Which RAID level should we use?

    A SearchStorage.com member recently asked: We have three 73 GB, U320, SCSI, 1-in, 15K, PE 2850s, with MR5 ROMB RAID-5 drives, to use in a server that will be doing file sharing and print serving. Is RAID-5 the best configuration?

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  • RAID question

    I currently have the following setup on my server: Win2k3 Adaptec 29160 Ultra 160 SCSI adapter 2-36G SCSI drives 2-73G SCSI drives the 36G holds the OS and programs the 73G holds data files I have each mirrored with software RAID 1 in the OS I am ordering a new hardware RAID SCSI controller to make...

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  • SCSI & ATA

    what is differnce between SCSI Drive & ATA drive

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  • how to clone mirrored scsi drives to larger array on win2k3 domain controller

    proliant ml310 Domain Controller (only dc in forest) AHA2940UW/2 scsi drives mirrored the drives have 2 partitions - c: containing the os (win2k3 std) and f: containing the shared data problem: drive f: is running out of room. Client has asked me to increase the storage on f:. I don't want to make...

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  • What is a Serial SCSI

    I saw a Serial SCSI on a HP Proliant server, what is this exactly?? is this the server's Harddisk or some sort of external storage device??

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  • Urgent!!!!!!! Failed drive…..

    Hi, I have a Raid Raidtec 3104 model that incloude one logical drive with Raid5 level.It was attached to a HP DL380G4 with Win server 2k sp4. By default in the "View and edit Drives" menu status of chanel2-id4 and channel2-id5 is 'Used DRV' !!!!??? In the "View and edit logical Drives -> View...

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  • USB Flash Drives Not Installing On XP

    Hello All! I've been noticing recently that certain USB drives have not been installing automatically to windows XP pro. I'm working on one right now and have not found a solution to it yet. A user needs to install a Sandisk Cruzer Mini USB Drive to her machine which uses XP Pro. Instead of...

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