• Best practices for large storage device

    My company just bought a two large attached storage devices for disk based backup (each device has 14 x 300 gb). Each device has two controllers, and I have two dual channel SCSI HBA's that I can connect them to. Before setting this up, I wanted to check with all of you pro's out there for best...

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  • Looking for Antivirus for Win Storage 2003 x64 server

    Hi, We are looking for an antivirus software that proven to work well with windows storage 2003 x64 server. Our current product works just fine on all other 2003 servers, but it brings down this one from time to time. Thanks, Oksana

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  • Looking for NAS solution

    I have a number of IDE drives (between 250GB - 500GB) that I have out grown over the years. I was curious whether anyone is aware of a NAS (100/GB Int) device or similar chasis / enclosure (USB/Firewire) that accepts IDE drives and is affordable? I would prefer to have all three connections. I need...

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  • Is holographic storage the latest storage technology?

    is the holographic storage disc is the recent tech. related to storage?? what is after holographic storege disc?? which is the recent storage tech???

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  • Will adding eATA interfere with my current RAID setup?

    I just go a new eATA 1.5 TB harddrive what i like to ad to my setup as data back up drive on board i have 4 eATA conections 2 are used for raid 0 this is the setup CybertronPC X-Cruiser SLI AMD Gaming PC – AMD Athlon 64 X2 5000+ 2.6GHz, 4GB DDR2-667, 2x250GB SATA II (RAID 0), DL DVD±RW, 2x...

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  • iSCSI SAN Server suggestions?

    We are in the process of purchasing a new SAN server. I was curious if anyone has any good or bad experience with HP, Netapp, Dell, Fujitsu or others. We will be using Exchange 2007 mostly in the environment and need something that is very expandable. Thanks

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  • How do I use the current usage data to predict future growth?

    I am taking up responsibility as a capacity planner. Currently, I have created automated reports that can tell me the exact usage of each tier and host for all our boxes. This data is obtained and stored every day. Can you share how I can use the data to analyse utilisation and predict the future...

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  • Second tier storage: Putting our DFSMS/HSM ML1 data on FATA-disk

    We are mainframe users (IBM Z9 and Z10). All DASD is IBM DS8300 and we are looking at the implementation of a second tier. We would like to put our DFSMS/HSM ML1 data on FATA-disk. After some calculations we found out that a 150 TB second tier buffer would be big enough to store one year of ML1...

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  • capacity management planning for 30+ servers

    Hi all, I have to do capacity planning for each server in our envr. about 30 server, i need an experts help, do u have any tremplate, any tools that can estimate how much storage each server needs for the future "next two years for example" i need it too urgent , any template help me ,,,

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  • Error – Not Enough Server Storage is available to process this command

    Hello Group, We have two windows 2003 standard server with no service packs on which we have veritas cluster with Veritas Storage foundation HA 4.2. The two servers are in Clutered environment managed by veritas cluster server. The Storage to the servers is provided from SAN. We have a DFS cluster...

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  • EMC Clariion CX700 Problems – Data Sector Invalidated

    Hello, I have two EMC Clariion CX700's (which, for convenience we call CX700-1 and CX700-2) and one recently added CX3-40 in my SAN environment using fiber-switch fabric. Over the weekend, I experienced a hardware failure on SPA on CX700-1. After having it replaced by my vendor's technician and...

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  • Monitoring software for hardware usage

    Need to determine the best real-time monitoring software for hardware. Would like non-vendor specfic information on usage and suggestions for data placement in Raids and NAS type of storage,along with SOX. This request for help was originally submitted to the Research Assistant on WhatIs.com.

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  • Open File Backups

    Can anyone recommend an open file backup program (other than St. Bernard Open File Manager) that will work with IBM Tivoli Storage Manager? The environment is Windows 2000/2003 clusters using SAN, NAS, DAS with basic/dynamic disks and simple and spanned volumes. Any input will be greatly...

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  • Mac, Linux, Windows, Storage

    What or how is the best way to present a single pool of storage to Mac clients using AFP, Windows using SMB/CIFS, and Linux/Unix using NFS? The ideal solution would be users to access all of their data whether they bounced from a Mac to a Linux workstation and then to a Windows system. Basically a...

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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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  • heterogenous SAN software?

    is there a vendor that does heterogenous SAN software? linux (any flavor) and windows client, it needs to run fast and robust, as we are streaming video over this SAN.

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  • i am trying to backup of a 80GB database on a network (SAN via NAS) and its taking 10 HRS

    i am trying to backup of a 80GB database on a network (SAN via NAS)and its taking 10 HRS but when i backup up the same database on a local drive it only takes 40 minutes. can anyone help me troubleshoot what the possible issue could be? Thanks

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  • Best Option to Backup A Terabytes worth of Data

    What is the best and cost effective way to backup a 1 to 1.5 Terabytes worth of data? What I am backing up is these scanned in images that are just sitting in a directory but are not backed up. Thanks.

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  • Storage management for beginners.

    Which company's Storage Management system is good to know and which is available for download in order to start learning?

    Antonios5 pointsBadges:
  • Backup strategy using Hardware Snapshot

    Has anyone got rid of their backup software and is using Hardware snapshot to provide their backups? If so have you found any gotcha's in this approach? All experiences or thoughts on this backup strategy would be appreciated.

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