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    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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  • Shared netwoek storage space w/ auto deletion

    Using Windows 2000 as workstations and Windows XP Pro as a "server". I need to find a decent method to complete one of the following: Option 1: Allow users of the shared computer the ability to save to a specific folder and have the folder auto-delete after a certain amount of time. We currently...

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  • SCSI Boot with IDE, old CMOS

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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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  • Cisco switch for iSCSI SAN

    A SearchStorage.com reader recently asked: I was wondering if you could recommend a Cisco switch that can be used for Exchange to SAN (NetApp FAS960C) iSCSI connectivity.

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  • Intel ISCSI Remote Boot error message TCP/IP

    Using Windows Server 2003 and get this error when using Intel ISCSI remote boot "ERROR: Could not establish TCP/IP connection with iSCSI target system." Using Pro/1000 server adapters and Dell Poweredge 2900 server

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  • Looking for Antivirus for Win Storage 2003 x64 server

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  • NAS migration planning and backup options – whitepapers, books, advice!

    I'm looking for any info on NAS migration planning from a large Windows (2k3) file serving architecture (circa 300 servers and 80TB data) to a centralised NAS solution from either EMC or Netapps, though dont need product specific info. I'd really like to get my hands on a plan to show the tasks in...

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  • Trouble copying large files to NAS – very slow, and often fails

    Hi all, I'm not an IT expert sadly, but am nevertheless lumbered with trying to manage our small company's half a dozen PCs networked over wired and wireless LAN. A couple of weeks ago one of them (the newest one, less than two weeks out of warranty!) had a massive hard disk failure and all data...

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  • beginning SAN infrastructre for the company.

    On my windows 2 cpu server with 20 disks, disk queue lengths exceed 40. Windows perfmon and IOmeter benchmarks give me 0.9K IOPs for write and 2K for reads, 8K OLTP block size. #disks : 20 : 36 GB, 15K rpm, U320 scsi with two dual channel controllers with 256 MB cache each. I am moving to a SAN....

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  • First SAN for my company and it is breaking the bank.

    On my windows 2 cpu server with 20 disks, disk queue lengths exceed 40. Windows perfmon and IOmeter benchmarks give me 0.9K IOPs for write and 2K for reads, 8K OLTP block size. #disks : 20 : 36 GB, 15K rpm, U320 scsi with two dual channel controllers with 256 MB cache each. I am moving to a SAN....

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  • San

    Do you have information on SANs?

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  • SQL on SAN, 16 or 1

    A client has 16 databases, one per teritory, all running the same application and all on the same server and all the files on a SAN. The data in the 16 databases could all run in just one database. Will running all the activity through one database be faster than running it through 16? All the...

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