• RMAN Script

    can anybody provide me script for RMAN backup on HP-UX with option backup on DISK and backup on TAPE too? If possible also tell how to take copy of disk backup on tape by using 'BACKUP BACKUPSET'.

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  • raid 0 array setup

    my new two 500 gb drive system has drive one setup as raid 0 with an indication of C: and D: drives of 250 gbs each and no other drives listed. Where is the other 500 gbs

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  • Error messages during the creation of a mirror database on SQL Server

    I am trying to restore a database from one SQL Server to another to create a mirror database. However, when I enter “RESTORE DBMirror FROM DISK=’C:Backup DBMirror_FULL.BAK’ WITH NORECOVERY,” next to the database name appears the error message “Restoring…” It never goes away. What...

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  • Recommends for a step-by-step SAN Change Control procedure?

    What parts of a SAN would you recommend including in a step-by-step SAN Change Control procedure? Thank you.

    Storage Channel ATE15 pointsBadges:
  • Computer logged on locally – can’t setup backup

    I have a computer that I need to do a backup of. It has been joined to the domain; however I have to log into it locally because the machine that it runs is setup through the local login. I am using Backup Exec 11d. Please help!

    Ladyjade795 pointsBadges:
  • Storing archived information in SQL Server or on a SAN

    My company is storing PC files in SQL Server in an image field, and this data has to be archived. Due to our retention policy, the size of this data could grow to as much as 5 terabytes total, spread over 500,000 to 1,000,000 records. Should we store this data in SQL Server in an image field, or...

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  • Deciding on configurations for SQL Servers

    My new server has 3 x 146GB SAS 15k 3.5" HD, which came pre-configured as RAID 5, and 2x 73GB SAS 15k 3.5" HD, which came as RAID 1. Should I leave this configuration as is or should I change it?

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  • DC power in the data center

    Hi, I'm Peter Bochner, site editor for SearchStorage.com, and I;'m researching a story on electrical power, storage arrays and the data center. My question is a basic one, but I'm having a hard time finding an answer. Only some storage arrays are available with DC power supplies, and these for the...

    Pastepotpete5 pointsBadges:
  • Rman Backup

    what's the steps to take backup through RMAN and is it required RMAN Repository to backup?

    SatishJain65 pointsBadges:
  • Community Update: New Contest Announcement.

    Now is your chance to win an Amazon gift card based on your activity in the IT Knowledge Exchange Community. Remember: the more you ask, answer or discuss questions, the more Knowledge Points you will earn. This is how the contest works: The top 10 most active members from now until the end of July...

    ITKE352,565 pointsBadges:
  • Slowdown of the SAN due to overusage of temporary tables

    We make use of temporary tables when we develop stored procedures, but they also become very slow when there is a heavy workload. We have an ISCSI SAN running RAID 10, and our database, logs and tempdb (15 GB) are on the SAN. We think the SAN is overworked; the SQL Server shows no CPU. Should we...

    SQL Server Ask the Experts2,585 pointsBadges:
  • Can I transfer the data between SANs by connecting one HBA to one SAN and the other HBA to the new SAN

    Can I transfer the data between SANs by connecting one HBA to one SAN and the other HBA to the new SAN and copy the data We have around 500gb of data. Any help is appreciated.

    JimmyIT1,725 pointsBadges:
  • NETAPP SnapShot or VTL ???

    Hello, We currently purchased 2 Netapp 3050 Filers for CIFS, FC, and ISCSI. We also have the Snapshot feature, but are not using it at this time. Now we are looking into a VTL for local recovery. Here's our dilema. Why not forget about the VTL and take advantage of the NETAPP's SNAPSHOT...

    Maupe010 pointsBadges:
  • limit access to usb in windows-server2003

    how can we restrict the domain user to access the usb or cdrom only admin can use it

    RHCE5 pointsBadges:
  • ISCSI storage virtualization?

    A SearchStorage.com reader asks: Happy with a new purchase but I'm getting confused on terms like iSCSI storage virtualization and auto-Provisioning of massive (2TB) logical volumes -- can you help? I was searching the web for iSCSI target software and I wound up purchasing SANmelody software from...

    JenH0 pointsBadges:
  • ISCSI storage on our network

    I have set up an ISCSI storage on our network which is working very well. The question I would like to know is does the data that is sent to the ISCSI storage device route through the computer that does the ISCI initiation or does the data go directly from the work station to the ISCSI storage unit...

    Videomedia15 pointsBadges:
  • Storage consultation and procurement

    I'm looking to formulate a RFI/RFP for two separate engagements: Phase 1. SAN analysis - contract someone to evaluate our current SAN and provide recommendations only (vendor neutral). Phase 2. SAN procurement - find what questions to ask and what's important with the purchase of a new SAN

    Ricweb0 pointsBadges:
  • Why are some users no longer backing up on server?

    I have noticed that in our users folder on our server some of the clients are backed up and others have stop backing up. The clients are still using their computers daily. How do I stop and start the sync process? Also, my laptop was never sync'd and now it is syncing; it actually appears, based on...

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  • Problem in accessing CD Drives (VB/VB.Net 2.0).

    Hi everyone, I'm focusing on a real tough problem that I hav been trying to solve since a long time in VB/VB.Net (2.0). I'm trying to detect the Open or close status of the Cd drive door. I'm using mcisendstring function to query the status, mcisendstring("Status CDAudio Mode"). This function...

    Priyamtheone30 pointsBadges:
  • what is the best STORAGE solution for ORACLE db – SAN or NAS ?

    one of my project is very critical for the client . the application will run in 10 different sites . the infrastructure of each site will be : 4 linux servers (2 for ORACLE DB , 2 for websphere) + 1 linux/win server for backup software + DB oracle (~100GB) + storage. i have a very good experience...

    Mhonmhon0 pointsBadges:

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