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    We have one physical server running Xen 4.0 with 3 virtual machines (VMs): 1st VM - Appserver 1 drive capacity 50GB and used space 25GB 2nd VM - PDC 2 drives c: 20GB used out of 50GB , E: 60GB out of 200GB 3rd VM - SQLserver 2 drives c: 30GB used out of 50GB , E: 80GB out of 150GB I wanted to...

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    What are the advantages in booting VMWare ESX from a SAN. Are there any potential issues i should expect? Thanks

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  • domino R5 with AIX 3.4 Backups Issue

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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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  • Exchange Server 2003 NTBACKUP best practices

    What are the known difficulties and problems of using NTBACKUP to back up and restore a Microsoft Exchange 2003 server? Are their any hardware considerations?

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  • Access to an EMC SAN

    We are considering moving some apps from individual blades (a growing expense) to a partition of an existing, underused i520. One hang up is DASD, especially moving or reloading the terabytes of data currently held in our SAN. With the new partioning of an i5, especially when running an AIX, or...

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  • Industry standards for SAN attached disk cost

    I am looking for some industry standards on what the average cost per GB or TB is for SAN attached storage. Does anyone know where I can find these numbers?

    WRickR5 pointsBadges:
  • IBM DS4300 SAN Storage Acceptance document

    Hello there, I was wondering if somebody could provide me with some guidance in preparing an acceptance document for the installation of a Fiber Channel SAN storage based on an IBM DS4300. This will help me ensure that the installation is fully implemented and all the features are enabled and...

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  • TSM-installing new Quantum Scalar 50 w/ TSM

    Need assistance with procedures for installing new tape device in TSM / AIX environment. Help on procedures much appreciated. Thanks,

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  • The purpose of an “undo” file in SQL Server

    I performed a full backup on a development database (Full Recovery Model) in SQL Server, made some changes, backed up the transaction logs, made some more changes and backed up the transaction logs again. Now, when I restore the database using WITH STANDBY, it puts the database into a read only...

    SQL Server Ask the Experts2,585 pointsBadges:
  • Data from UNIX Server to Windows NAS

    Being less familiar with UNIX/NFS, what would be the best method/protocol/command to move a large amount of user data from a UNIX Server to a Windows 2003 based NAS. Is there anything I should lookout for? Thank you

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  • veritas backup across domain to NAS

    I am trying to back up a couple servers to my NAS. Nas and a few servers reside on domain A and a few servers reside on domain B. I am running into trouble in BackupExec on domain B when trying to add the NAS as a device. Both domains are running srvr 2k3 and the NAS is a procom netforce 800 (unix...

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  • DNS on a NAS

    Does Anyone know if you could configure a NAS to be able to have a stand alone DNS server?

    Chriske0 pointsBadges:
  • NAS V’s Clusters

    What if any are the benifits of a Clustered software solution such as Polyserve over traditional NAS?

    BigHev0 pointsBadges:
  • NAS General questions

    I have several questions regarding NAS. First is what type of OS is the more reliable on a NAS? what is a NAS Filer? How are group permissions and permissions in general handled?

    Lonestarw0 pointsBadges:
  • Oracle Data Guard Replication between SAN and NAS

    Is it possible to replicate data (using Oracle Data Guard) between Oracle Database which is on SAN at primary site and on NAS at the DR site?

    KetanVora0 pointsBadges:
  • How to migrate the Exchange 2003 database to fifferent domain

    Dear all, maybe this will sound silly, but i really need an answer, i run Exchange 2003 on Windows 2003 STD Server under mydomain.com, and i want to copy, backup, migrate, call it whatever you want the database (everything in exchange, mailboxed, sores ....) to mynewdomain.com. What is the best way...

    La2em15 pointsBadges:
  • U3 drive assigned drive letter permently

    I use U3 USB to run some programs from it. Windows assigned the drive letter. Then I ejected it and unplug it. Then I plug my external hard drive to make the back-up by SyncToy. But SyncToy can't find the drive to do sync. When I check in My Computer, that portable drive is assigned by other...

    Dweuwe5 pointsBadges:
  • Virtual Storage Help

    I am looking into the virtual storage arena but I am not sure who to look at. I have looked at Lefthand, equalogics, DataCore, and Falconstor. Any input would be appreciated as I need to start looking at what will work with our 5TB SAN. EverlearningOne

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  • Looking for metrics regarding SAN ports managed per FTE

    Any data would be helpful. Basically for use in additional staff justification.

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