I did not see you include and Entire System Save before you put on the CUMe. Please do this. And it appears your new job is going to cost you money. I would suggest a System Operations book for the details and clarity of what you are doing. This could be a disaster without the [...]
View Answer | May 25, 2005 10:55 AM
Backup & recovery, Hardware, i5, IBM, IBM/Tivoli, Installation, Integration/Connectivity, iSeries, Logical partitions, OS/400, PC/Windows Connectivity, Performance/Tuning, Printing, PTFs, Security, Server consolidation, System monitoring, tips and tricks, Tools
We consolidated a few dozen W2k3 servers and a Windows SAK-based NAS system into our EMC Celerra NS700G. While I don’t have much to share on the task side, I have quite a few gotchas and pitfalls. First – categorize your data to move! Sure, every SQL database is important, but you may have to [...]
View Answer | May 24, 2005 11:08 AM
EMC, NAS, NAS migration, NetApps, Windows Server
Need a few answers, Webserver, iSeries Access for Web ? Webfacing, Hats ? Have you setup shared pools and tuned Java for the Webserver ?
View Answer | May 24, 2005 9:00 AM
Backup & recovery, Hardware, i5, IBM, Installation, Integration/Connectivity, iSeries, Logical partitions, OS/400, PC/Windows Connectivity, Performance/Tuning, Printing, PTFs, Security, Server consolidation, Servers, System monitoring, tips and tricks, Tools, Web services
V5R3 PTF MF34478 has something to do with reuse of deleted records. Actually, PTF MF34836 is the latest supercede PTF. It has a lot of co-reqs, so I would install the latest HIPER PTF package (SF99529)along with the Database group package (SF99503)and of course, the Cumulative PTF Package of SF99530. Good luck!
View Answer | May 24, 2005 6:45 AM
Backup & recovery, Data center operations, Data mining/analysis, Data warehousing applications, Database Management Systems, DB2, DB2 administration, DB2 Implementation, Disaster Recovery, Hardware, Help Desk, i5, IBM, iSeries, OS/400, Performance/Tuning, Security management, Software Quality Assurance, System monitoring, Tech support, tips and tricks, Tools
Hi, Which backup software are you using ?
View Answer | May 23, 2005 2:15 AM
Backup & recovery
To the best of my knowledge, vendors go out of their way to avoid “apples to apples” comparisons of their products. Various trade magazines, like Storage magazine, will do comparisons from time-to-time, so keep an eye out for that. I think they’re doing a NAS piece in the June issue. That being said, you can [...]
View Answer | May 19, 2005 2:08 PM
EMC, gFiler, NAS Gateway, Network Appliance
Are you doing a domain migration from 2000 to 2003 or do you just want to add 2003 DCs to your current domain?
View Answer | May 19, 2005 9:58 AM
Active Directory, Bind, DHCP, General Directories, LDAP, Lotus Domino, Microsoft Windows, Networking, NFS, WINS
Basic Steps for Dual Booting NT;2K;XP with something else (like Win98 Recovery): +++++++++++++++++++++++++++ Please don’t be fooled by the number of words here. Once you understand the process this is incredibly simple. Objective: ++++++++++ Small C: (5-20Gb) for System, Programs, and user settings. Large D: (10-60Gb) for ALL user data. Small (100Mb) Win98 Dos partition [...]
View Answer | May 19, 2005 7:33 AM
DataCenter, Desktops, Development, Hardware, Servers, Storage
Hi, You need to specify your question – what exactly are you asking ?
View Answer | May 19, 2005 2:16 AM
Active Directory, Disaster Recovery
The Change Backup Schedule (QEZCHBKS) API allows the user To change the Operational Assistant backup schedules. For Authorities and Locks check the following is set: Special Authority *JOBCTL and *SAVSYS User Index Authority *CHANGE User Index Lock *EXCL
View Answer | May 18, 2005 3:32 PM
AS/400 backup, Backup & recovery
If you have Hardware configured Raid, imaging software such as Ghost should recognise the 2 disks as ane drive. Your best option is to run a test in an isolated environment. Good luck
View Answer | May 18, 2005 6:30 AM
Backup & recovery, DataCenter, Tech support
Storage based. You don’t want to worry about identical servers, support, and all that. When it comes to disaster recovery, the data is the key consideration.
View Answer | May 17, 2005 6:12 PM
Backup & recovery, DataCenter, Disaster Recovery, EMC, Hitachi Data Systems, IT architecture, Storage servers, Sun Microsystems, Veritas
check the answer section on this page (about half way down)… outlines the process pretty well. http://redmondmag.com/columns/article.asp?EditorialsID=763
View Answer | May 17, 2005 9:23 AM
Active Directory, DHCP, DNS, LDAP, Microsoft Windows, Networking services, NFS, WINS
NEVER use software RAID on a mission critical machine. Recovery (I do that for a living) is difficult. A decent RAID contrioller will also monitor disk health. If you are going as far as using a real RAID controller, why not also buy a server-class system? Dell and HP both sell lower-end servers that are [...]
View Answer | May 17, 2005 7:23 AM
Backup & recovery, Disk drives, Mirroring, RAID, RAID 1, RAID controllers, Storage products and equipment, Windows Server 2003, Windows XP
I monitor I/O. Set checks on writes, reads, cache hits. Those give you a good overview of activity.
View Answer | May 16, 2005 3:13 PM
Adapters/Interfaces, Arrays, Disk drives, Hardware, Monitoring, RAID, SCSI, Storage products and equipment, Windows, Windows 2000 Server
Here is a script that can be automated into a scheduled job: SET QUOTED_IDENTIFIER ON GO SET ANSI_NULLS ON GO if exists (select * from dbo.sysobjects where id = object_id(N’[dbo].[usp_KillUsers]’) and OBJECTPROPERTY(id, N’IsProcedure’) = 1) drop procedure [dbo].[usp_KillUsers] GO CREATE PROCEDURE usp_KillUsers @dbname varchar(50) as SET NOCOUNT ON DECLARE @strSQL varchar(255) CREATE table #tmpUsers( spid [...]
View Answer | May 16, 2005 12:42 PM
Backup & recovery, Database Management Systems, Security, SQL Server
HI, under windows environment, i use clearprog.exe in a log off scrip way it is usefull with switches to set into a batch hope that’s will help ya
View Answer | May 13, 2005 10:43 AM
DataCenter, Storage, Tech support, Windows
Really it is not a command what you need. You need to create appropriate access lists. All access lists have an implicit deny at the end, which implies that anything not explicitly allowed is forbidden. For ping you have to deny icmp protocol packets of type echo-request (8) that enter through your interfaces. This will [...]
View Answer | May 13, 2005 8:48 AM
Application security, Biometrics, Compliance, CRM, Database, DataCenter, Digital certificates, Disaster Recovery, Encryption, Ethernet, Exchange, Hardware, Identity & Access Management, Incident response, Instant Messaging, Intrusion management, IPv4, Network Interface Cards, Network Management Systems, Network testing, Networking, Networking Equipment, Policies, provisioning, QoS, Risk management, Routers, Secure Coding, Security, Security Program Management, Security tokens, Servers, Single sign-on, TCP, Tech support, Vulnerability Assessment & Audit
Have not used Ghost for this purpose, so can’t help with any scripts etc. This is therefore just a bit of general advice on setting up Backups for inexperienced users. Main problem is when they recognise that something is wrong, in many cases they will carry on making backups after problems have already arisen, overwriting [...]
View Answer | May 11, 2005 7:32 AM
DataCenter, Desktops, Development, Hardware, Servers, Storage
Do better research. When doing better research be sure to check-out the “Incoming Forest Trust Builders” builtin group which should solve your problem.
View Answer | May 11, 2005 12:07 AM
Administration, Biometrics, Compliance, CRM, Development, Digital certificates, Disaster Recovery, Identity & Access Management, Installation, Management, Policies, provisioning, Risk management, Security, Security management, Security Program Management, Security tokens, Single sign-on