• IBM FC #4319 disk drives

    I have 25 4319 10k 35gb disk drives in a closet my management would like to have added to the existing iSeries. My question is if I replace FC#4318 10k 17gb drives with FX#4319 10k 35gb drives will performance degrade? How or where can I find the seek times, MTBF numbers etc to compare performance?

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  • MSG – CPF3291 File Restored with different library for depended-on files

    On a rstlib command (from a sav lib created tape) I get a CPF3291 error when the restore is to a second library (development restore of production data). All of the data and logical files are contained in the same directory, though the logicals cross multiple physical files. I saw the answers that...

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  • Retention period for unstructured files

    A SearchStorage reader recently asked: I am trying to determine a general retention period for unstructured files that don't have leagal requirements. These would be those files that users ask to be restored because they accidentally deleted it. I was wondering if you have a chart that depicts the...

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  • Symantec Resources

    Our company has just partnered with Symantec and being new to their products, I'm finding myself a bit overwhelmed. Are there any websites that offer mailing lists or online forums that can help with some of the issues I'm running into? This seems like an interesting concept for user-to-user...

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  • Media storage standards

    What are the standards for storing backup tape media once the systems information has been copied to the tapes? We would like to store the tapes on site being that the IDF is more than 1000 feet away and two fire walls are between the MDF and the IDF. The media would be stored in a fireproof UL...

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  • Looking for good HIP.

    Hi, I am looking for a good Host-based Intrusion Prevention System to be implemented on Intel Servers in my Company. Is there anything you would recommend...?

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  • NMAP IN WIRELESS

    Hello, Can any one explain me what is NMAP , how NMAP works and how to use it. Kind Regards, Gopal.

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  • WIRELESS BRIDGES

    Dear Sir's, I have two wireless bridges. Master and Slave which are 800 ft apart and two high gain antennas are attached to these units. I am finding a disconnection problem with these bridges. It works for a while but gets disconnected and after doing powercycle on the slave end the bridge starts...

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  • ANNOUNCEMENT ? MORE NEW CATEGORIES ADDED TO THE ISERIES CATEGORY

    UPDATE YOUR AREAS OF EXPERIENCE The following categories have been added to the AS400 ? iSeries section. Application development Systems management PC/Windows connectivity groupware & e-mail Career Opportunities for iSeries These categories were added last week: Backup & recovery Security Printing...

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  • Highlighted sorting column in Windows

    With my custom colour scheme, it's hard to see the names of filesfolders in Windows. E.G. When you're in explorer, the column that the files are sorted by has a dark grey background. How can I remove this highlighting? I can't seem to find any way to change it. I don't want to change my scheme. I'm...

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  • Netapp FC info ONLY!

    A SearchStorage.com reader recently asked: I've got a question regarding NetApp storage connected through fibre channel. I don't want NetApp NAS info. Are there any subscribers to this forum who are doing this in their IT shop? I would like to know how many sub-systems, how much storage and what...

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  • need an outsourced managed security vendor

    Looking at a managed security service provider that can help with GLBA regulatory requirements

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  • User profile / Paswwords

    We need to check to see which users have they passwords EQ to they user profiles ID's. Would we use IBM API's QSYRUPWD and QSYCUPWD for this process? Thanks

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  • Outlook Express compacting

    Hi All, I am currently facing a problem with outlook express compacting folders option. One of my colleague complained that last 3 months of emails are removed from Deleted Emails folder after Outlook Express finished compacting the folders. However there is no option is selected to delete the...

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  • Retrieving data from a diskette

    A SearchStorage.com reader recently asked: Is there anyway to retrieve saved info from a diskette that tells you the disk is not formatted when you know it has been due to having lots of saved info on it?

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  • Moving DASD and Controller to a New Machine

    Is it possible to move a DASD cage and its associated RAID-5 controller to a different machine? This is to be a move of the hardware, not just the data. TIA

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  • Cisco 7606 Vs. the compitition, Foundry XMR series or other.

    My company is looking to purchase a new router, we are looking at expanding our cable tv division down the road with video/ video on demand and need to upgrade our current router due to bandwidth constraints, my question is does anyone have a different router good or bad. All answers are welcome...

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  • Stop bit problem: USB to Serial Converter attached to motion controller, unable to set for 7-E-2

    I have three different USB to Serial converters, one of them an isolated converter from B&B. One brand of motion controller I work on uses EVEN parity / 7 data bits / 2 stop bits as its default. I find that none of my converters will work on the controller in this configuration. If I borrow a PC...

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  • Group Policy Management

    Has anyone looked into Group Policy Management products (outisde of the functionality provided by Microsoft's Active Directory)? I'm trying to choose a product, and wanted to compare based on what current users thought (rather than what the sales departments tell me). The products I've been able to...

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  • SPAM

    I am running Exchange 2003 and Win2k3 servers. we get a ton of spam, and I want to stop it. What in your opinion are the best SPAM softwares and why? (such as strong points and weak points) let's hear it....

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