• What’s the best approach for document storage?

    Our company is using an in-house storage system that was implemented several years ago. For some reason, we use the database as a storage mechanism for our documents. Now, this is basically a best practices question: What would be the best way for storing document? What are the pros and cons? We're...

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  • Backup and restore

    If I make a backup of a pre-year end ticking only the archive box and restore that on my current year. Will it just put the archives back on or will it overwrite the current data as well?

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  • Storage default class for global variables

    I need some help with a storage question: What's the default storage class of a global variable? I've done some research and some other sites say it's "static" but that means internal linkage / the variable can't be available outside of the file scope. Shouldn't the default linkage be external if...

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  • What’s the best way for on-disk database storage?

    I've been a software developer for the past several years (four to be exact) so I should be able to answer this question but I can't. My latest project involves having data only stored only a set of disks. The actual data is light-weight and the in-code with be in a class that only has a few...

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  • Data restore error

    I have my data backed up, but the data cannot be restored. It keeps showing an error. How can I restore my data?

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  • What’s the easiest way to seralize and store data using C#?

    I'm trying to find the easiest solution to serialize and store objects that will contain configuration, application state and more data. There's not a ton of data and speed isn't an issue. I would like it to be in-process and have it to be more easy-to-edit in a texteditor than XML. I know .NET...

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  • Taking and restoring Ghost image for Windows in RAID 5

    I want to take Ghost image for windows in RAID5 and able to restore the image again when the system fails or something happened in the drive.

    Mizomotaz40 pointsBadges:
  • Path Depth in Windows XP, Windows 7, & Vista

    I have a client that receives files from one of his clients in Sweden, the files are obviously created in Windows 7 or Vista but he is running Windows XP. Now the Files and Folders full paths can run up to 13 folders deep for example this is the full path to one of the files C:Documents and...

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  • How should I store large files in a MySQL database?

    We have a PHP script that we upload large files with (up to 500MB) and it's stored in a MySQL database. Here's the code we're using: mysql_query("INSERT INTO table VALUES('')"); $uploadedfile = fopen($_FILES['file']['tmp_name'], 'rb'); while (!feof($uploadedfile)) { $line =...

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  • Keep receiving an error when trying to start storage emulator on Windows Azure

    I keep getting this error every single time I'm starting my storage emulator. By accident, I deleted the MDF and log files in my user/admin folder. Now, it's holding reference somewhere and not allowing me to create the database again. Here's the error: Added reservation for 127.0.0.1:10000/ in...

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  • How to add/remove items from mem-cached Java storage?

    I’m using mem-cached storage and am looking for the most effective way to add/remove programs from a large list?  Is there some distributed storage within the Java interface that could deal with this problem?

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  • What factors are there for MySQL database size estimation?

    We have an application database (which includes a table for users). Here's the setup: 1Kbyte of data per user that's based on counting fields * typelength and about 100 things of the same size that belongs to a user (about 0.5 Kbyte). This leads to around 51 Kbytes of data per user. Now, we're...

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  • Why am I getting storage differences between OS X and iOS?

    I'm currently writing several dozen binary data files on OS X that can be read on iOS devices. Here's my following structure: struct poiStruct { double latitude, longitude; char titleString[41]; }; The only problem with this is that its occupying 64 bytes on OS X and 60 bytes on iOS. Does anyone...

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  • How can I use XMPFFramework for my iOS?

    I'm trying to figure out how to use XMPPFramework's core data for storing incoming messages. This many seem like a general questions but does anyone have any tutorials or guides on how to use it. I see "user objects" which can have many different resources. Is each message a new resource that I...

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  • What’s the best option for storing graphs in persistent storage?

    I'm wondering what would be the best way for me to store my graphs in persistent storage (for analysis, search, clustering, etc.). I'm considering NEO4J but I'm looking what other options are available to me. Would Cassandra or MySQL work for me? Thanks for the help.

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  • Creating a shortcut for Exchange 2007 TSM GUI

    After I installed the TSM Exchange TDP (Exchange 2007 CCR cluster) and tried to launch the GUI I got an error that the exchange server was unavailable. I did some digging and found out I had to launch the GUI from the tdp command line using tdpexc /excserver=exchangeservername on a clustered...

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  • Where does Google Chrome store cookies from the session?

    Could someone tell me where the latest version of Google Chrome stores and saves cookies (mainly the ones that expire with session)?

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  • NAS Share Drive Encryption

    We have a need to encrypt network attached storage (NAS) share drives in a Windows Server 2008/Windows 7 environment and are looking for encryption software recommendations.  The network share drive is served up via NAS/accessed from Windows 7 and we would like all of the files encrypted at rest,...

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  • How to install Windows Server 2003 in SCSI HDD with RAID 5 setup mode

    I have a Windows Server 2000 installed with SCSI HDD with RAID 5 setup. Now, I want to install Windows Server 2003, but when I try to install with floppy without reconfigure ride setup, the HDD isn't detected. Please, can you help me?

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  • MSISDN storage: What would be the best data type for it?

    I need to know what would be the best data type to use for storing MSISDN (phone numbers). It's part of a project I'm working on that can store any type of phone number in the world. Also, what would be the maximum MSISDN length (including international dialing code)? Thanks in advance.

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