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    If only user profiles and devices configuration were changed after an Entire System Backup, can I just do a SAVSECDTA & SAVCFG as a fall back backup before I load in PTFs ?

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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 can we access the SAN/ storage which is attached to solaris server from a linux server/box over the network

    how can we access the SAN/ storage which is attached to solaris server from a linux server/box over the network and the storage should be permanent even though we restart the linux box/server

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  • Backup/Restore a DB from Microsoft SQL Enterprise Manager to SQL Server Management Studio Express

    Hi Is it possible to copy a DB from a server that has a genuin SQL Enterprise Manager to a server that has SQL Server Management Studio Express installed? Both servers are on the same net. I get following error when trying: Restore failed for Server 'PROGTST\SQLEXPRESS'....

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  • Exchange 2003 / File Server Cluster – Best practice – WHAT IS your OPINION?

    I have setup a 2-node Win2k3 cluster with a PowerVault 13 Disk Storage. WE are using this for: 1) Exchange and 2)File/Print services I have a 2 140GB disk on a RAID 1 for with partitions q: for Quorum and E: I have the rest of the 11 on a RAID 5 139 TB 1 partion d: ** This will be for 250 USERS...

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  • Configuring a Win2003 share to be available to all XP users on networked machines

    Been a long while since I've worked with Windows, and the networking metaphor is killing me (Unix here...). I have in a server room a Win 2003 server with a large RAID. There are 4 XP machines in 2 offices, all on the same LAN/subnet (2003 server is DHCP server for the XP machines). The network is...

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  • RAID 1 or RAID 5

    I have 1 file server and 1 email server. both are Win2k3....one with exchange 2003 one with SQL 2000 but only 4 people using a small accounting program on it. Both are Dual XEON 2Ghz processors 1 Gb RAM 15K rpm hard drives. Ultra SCSI 160 controllers File server has software RAID 1, Exchange Server...

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  • Capacity Expansion on RAID 5 Array

    I recently replaced the 4 18GB drives one at a time in my HP NetServer with 73 GB drives. The capacity shows up as the original 54 GB. I check the drives with disk manager and no additional unused space appears. How do I get the unused space to appear so I can create another volume or expand an...

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  • Installing RAID 1 on XP machines or use server software?

    We have a mission critical robot on the production line that is run by 3 pc quality machines running NT4 workstation. They are referred to as A B and C It has crashed 2 times in the last year. Both times it was the motherboard on PC B. This machine runs 24x7. The IT department has not had much...

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  • Upgrading Computer Motherboard that currently has two RAID 0 setups

    I will be upgrading my computer components with a new motherboard and currently have a RAID-0 setup with my old mb's built-in Promise FastTrak 378 controller. I also have a Promise FastTrak TX4310 pci card controller with another RAID-0 setup. Both have two drives each. Will I lose data on either...

    Mgbtp5 pointsBadges:
  • Exchange restores from swapped raid 1 drives

    My question relates to hardware and exchange. In this scenario I would be running a set of hotswap raid 1 drives: one with exchange and the information store databases and another with transaction logs. If my Information store were to become corrupt and I loaded a backup set of drives with the...

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  • Installing Win2003 Server on a RAID Disk

    Can WIN2003 Server be installed on a disk that is part of a RAID 0 or RAID 1 array? I am trying to install Win2003 Server on an IBM eServer series X206. I have two 80 GIG SATA drives attached to a SATA RAID controller and have them both defined as members of the array. I tried both RAID 0 and RAID...

    RONSCHMIDT0 pointsBadges:
  • Upgradation of raid

    hi all how can i upgrade my raid level 1 to level 5 without loss any data and policy in domain controller regards mukesh

    Mukeshsingh20 pointsBadges:
  • New way of handling RAID 5?

    As an Oracle DBA, I have heard and read a lot about RAID 5 and what it can do to database write performance. Now I understand RAID 5 has been improved to the point that all of the things that caused the overhead are now being handled in disk cache, and write times are now close to that of RAID 0+1....

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  • RAID configuration for Oracle database

    Presently we have a 9iOracle database sized at approximately 50MEG on an HP-UX 11.11 server on a SAN. Our software app vendor is telling us that we should have the database on RAID 10 for better performance. They have done benchmarking with DB sized at what ours will be in the future. (Multi...

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  • Installing SQL Server over a SAN

    I am trying to install and configure my SQL Server over my Storage Area Network (SAN). Can you give me the best steps for doing so?

    SQL Server Ask the Experts2,585 pointsBadges:
  • Boot drive failure, but RAID is okay

    I had to replace my boot drive. Reinstalled Win XP. System found all the drives, but I can not access the RAID. BIOS loads the Adaptec 1200 Raid, I guess from the PCI Card. In Device Mgr, it sees two identical drives RAID 0, but I can not access them. What am I doing wrong? How can I get the two...

    TNchicklet15 pointsBadges:
  • 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...

    Linger19740 pointsBadges:
  • Best RAID for Database Server

    We have 70+ users connecting almost 125 machines to connect to an Intel 5000VSA 4dimm Board Server with 2 Xeon processors, 6 SATA (on-board RAID 0, 5 or 10), 1 IDE port. I want to put the best possible RAID with 200/250GB SATA drives, with Best Redundancy and Performance, irrespective of the cost....

    Mkanjani5 pointsBadges:
  • 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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