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    Yes, I am very new to storage, very very new. An upgrade is been done to one of the systems I'm working on. A Websphere programmer needs me to enable( assumming its disabled )the functionality of HSM to use DFSMSdss in a seperate address space by adding the command SETSYS DSSXMMOD(Y) into the HSM...

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  • Storing text documents in tables in SQL Server 2005

    I have a table in SQL Server 2005 which is used to store text/word documents, and I have enabled full-text search on the column and included a corresponding document type for the document. The problem is when I upload a real NotePad Text/MS Word document saved from the NotePad/MS Word application....

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  • Increasing server performance

    Help reviving servers. Configuration current: 8 300GB disks in Raid 5 10000RPM Each. Total 2TB (70%Full) with an average of 68kb files tottal of 24 million files. The curent read rate is at 8MB/Sec on NTFS windows 2003 Partition. Any suggestions on increasing performance on current configuration....

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  • Host based Striping of LUNs

    I'm looking for some information regarding host based striping of LUNs - specifically to improve performance. I have a Raid 5 LUN that hold a database. I know that I have a latency issue on this LUN so i'm debating whether to split the LUN into two seperate Raid 5 LUNS then stipe these using host...

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  • BRMS and Tape Library on iSeries (AS/400) with concurrent backup of LPARs

    Hi, I have a TS3500 Tape Library which has four LTO-3 drives. The system that I am running on is iSeries 870 with OS version V5R3. The 870 system has a total of 6 LPARs (Logical Partitions), each running the same OS V5R3. Recently, the BRMS for this version of V5R3 was implemented. Now, the...

    Soma65 pointsBadges:
  • SCSI RAID arrangement

    What?s the fastest & most secure SCSI RAID arrangement (cost is not an issue). What makes it fast and what makes it secure?

    1111100 pointsBadges:
  • Archiving a row of data into another database on SQL Server 2005

    I work on SQL Server 2005, and I need to archive a row and its relationship into another database. I know a script could be written to do this, but I would like to know if software exists that could be given the data row and then complete the archiving by itself. Is this possible?

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  • Exchange 2000 SP3 on Windows 2000 SP4. I had a hard drive issue on the server.

    My company is running Exchange 2000 SP3 on Windows 2000 SP4. I had a hard drive issue on the server. I set up a new server and restored my information store from backup and ran the eseutil /cc. That worked fine and my store is in a "clean shutdown" state. The problem is that my back up was a little...

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  • how to remove tapes listed in the BRMS media invenory on iSeries, which dose not belong to this box?

    On our HABOX (AS400 partition with BRMS), we have few volumes (media tapes) that do not belong to this partition. I need to delete/remove them from the HABOX, while maintaining them from the LIVEBOX where they are used and needed. I tried all the basic processes like expiration, changing locations...

    MAXi15 pointsBadges:
  • Lotus Archiving

    Whenever I try to create a archive settings docuemnt, I get an error.when I click on 'In views/folders' of the archive criteria settings document it displays an error 'object variable not set'. We are using Lotus Domino 6.5.4

    MSNewbie5 pointsBadges:
  • Impact on TSM backups after an upgrade to SQL Server 2005

    What would the impact be on TSM backups if I undertook a side by side upgrade of SQL Server 2000 SP4 to SQL Server 2005 SP2?

    SQL Server Ask the Experts2,585 pointsBadges:
  • Capacity Management

    Am looking for info about storage resource management, spcifically capacity management. This request for help was originally submitted to the Research Assistant on WhatIs.com.

    ResearchAssistant855 pointsBadges:
  • Change location of GPOs folder

    I have a backup external hard drive connected to my system. I just noticed there is a "GPOs" folder on that drive. Within that folder is manifest.xml and a bunch of policy sub-folders. How can I change the drive this is stored on?

    Luckyfinz15 pointsBadges:
  • Master Slave Exchange 2003 Environment

    Can someone explain me how to get 2 Exchange servers in the same domain (not oranization as I know about multiple Exchanges in same organization)? The need for this is to have different exchange databases on different servers but within a same domain. My actual problem is; my exchange server...

    Mohammed Anwar120 pointsBadges:
  • To have unique server names and IP addresses in secondary dedicated warm site, or not?

    I'm not sure which is the lesser of two evils. To go with recovery to a secondary site that emulates production (including exact domains, server names and IP addresses), or to have sedcondary site systems that have unique IP addresses and server names all on the same domain. Anyone know of...

    Lightmike245 pointsBadges:
  • Reverse FC/iSCSI Gateway

    I have a FC SAN in place and want to purchase an iSCSI array to segregate some data from the rest of the SAN members. I know of a few iSCSI gateways that all iSCSI initiators to talk to a FC target. I want to do the opposite...FC initiators to an iSCSI target. Does anyone know of a gateway type...

    LUN-atic5 pointsBadges:
  • Virtual Tape CL Program

    Does anyone have an example cl using virtual tape for backup. I have tested with this but am looking for a way to incorporate into a custom cl backup procedure.

    Bmangan285 pointsBadges:
  • Application server SW and HD in SOHO

    I am looking for advice and guidance. What kind of hardware I will need? What kind of software technologies should I start looking in to? What software packages are most relevant to what I am looking for? (I am not an IT professional and not in IT related business! ) I am looking to learn HOW TO...

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  • Are you using both Fibre Channel and iSCSI in your storage environment?

    The Storage Experts from Dell are interested in knowing you thoughts on this question: Are you using both Fibre Channel and iSCSI in your storage environment, or do you favor one over the other? If you have questions for the Storage Experts from Dell read this blog post on how to start the...

    ITKE361,880 pointsBadges:
  • Community Update: New Member Contest Win a XBox 360 this month for your participation.

    After a long, stressful day in IT, video games can be a great way to unwind and relax. That’s right, you know where this is leading. It’s time for a cool new contest on IT Knowledge Exchange. The month of September ( Sept 1-Sept 30) is your chance to get your hot little hands on your very own...

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